Jazz. Part 7. Dedicated to Chaos
When America entered World War II, jazz became part of the arsenal, with bandleaders like Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw taking their swing to troops overseas. For many black Americans, however, that sound had a hollow ring. Segregated at home and in uniform, they found themselves fighting for libertie...
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|Series:||Jazz: A Film by Ken Burns
|Online Access:||Available via Films On Demand|
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