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  1. 5 de ago. de 2021 · In 1944, the future baseball star was a young lieutenant who refused to sit in the back of a bus on a U.S. Army base in Texas, where segregation was the norm. He faced disciplinary action and threats from civilians and army officers, but also support from his fellow soldiers and civil rights leaders. Learn how his stand against discrimination threatened his army career and his place in history.

  2. Robinson faced a General Court-Martial. Had he been found guilty, the whole course of black participation in professional baseball and every other professional sport, as well as the modern...

  3. The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson is a 1990 American drama film directed by Larry Peerce and written by L. Travis Clark, Steve Duncan, Clay Frohman and Dennis Lynton Clark. The film stars Andre Braugher , Daniel Stern , Ruby Dee , Stan Shaw , Paul Dooley and Bruce Dern .

    • L. Travis Clark, Steve Duncan
    • Turner Pictures, Von Zerneck Sertner Films
  4. 15 de out. de 1990 · The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson: Directed by Larry Peerce. With Andre Braugher, Daniel Stern, Ruby Dee, Stan Shaw. A film about the early life of the baseball star in the army and in particular his court-martial for insubordination regarding segregation.

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    • Biography, Drama
    • Larry Peerce
    • 1990-10-15
  5. A hasty transfer to the 758th Tank Battalion and a signature from its commander sealed Robinson’s fate. He was to be court-martialed in The United States v. 2nd Lieutenant Jack R. Robinson, 0-10315861, Cavalry, Company C, 758th Tank Battalion.

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  6. The court-martial of 2d Lt. Jackie Robinson took place on August 2, 1944. The heart of the prosecution’s case was presented by Captains Bear and Wigginton, who told essentially the same story. As they had attempted to ascertain the facts of the events of July 6, Robinson continually interrupted them and acted disrespectfully.