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Mobilizing the South: The 31st Infantry Division, Race, and the Pacific War presented by Dr. Christopher ReinFlorida Historic Capitol Museum 400 South Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum invites you to join the Museum and Dr. Christopher Rein, of Air University Press at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, for a lecture and discussion on his forthcoming book, Mobilizing the South: The 31st Infantry Division, Race, and the Pacific War. The 31st Infantry "Dixie" Division included pre-war members of the Florida National Guard, who helped to build one of America's largest training centers in