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  1. 5 de ago. de 2021 · Aided by irate civilians and later by officious army officers, the driver made plenty of trouble for the young lieutenant, as Robinson’s stand against discrimination spiraled into a cause célèbre that threatened his army career. It also jeopardized a future place in history that no Black athlete of his day would have dared dream of.

  2. 6 de set. de 2022 · September 06, 2022. Before breaking baseball’s color barrier, Jackie Robinson was accused of insubordination and court-martialed. Although military buses were technically desegregated, he had been ordered to move to the back of the vehicle and refused. He was acquitted.

  3. 25 de jan. de 2024 · Baseball Legend Jackie Robinson Was Court-Martialed for Refusing to Move to the Back of a Bus Jackie Robinson in his Brooklyn Dodger uniform in 1950. (National Archives) Military.com | By...

  4. As detailed in the masterful Jackie Robinson: A Biography by Arnold Rampersad, on July 6, 1944, Robinson “became entangled in a dispute that threatened to end his military service in disgrace.”

  5. 12 de abr. de 2016 · DECLINE Jackie Robinson | Clip 1944 Court-Martial In 1944, Jackie Robinson refused to move to the back of a military bus, when told to by a civilian driver. Jackie was arrested, charged...

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  6. United States v. 2LT Jack R. Robinson. Jackie Robinson is best known for breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier. Less well known, but just as pivotal, is his 1944 court-martial after refusing to move to the back of a military bus. February 5, 2021.