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Brief Synopsis. In 1944, future baseball great Jackie Robinson is serving as a lieutenant in the U.S. army at Fort Hood, in Texas. When Robinson is asked to sit in the back of an unsegregated army bus, and refuses, his superiors request that Robinson be court-martialed. With help from fellow athletic legend and military man Joe Louis, as well ...
29 de jan. de 2021 · Michael Lee Lanning, the author of the book The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson: The Baseball Legend’s Battle for Civil Rights During World War II, which was published in February 2020, spoke with The Undefeated about Robinson’s military career, the court-martial and how Robinson succeeded at trial. This Q&A has been edited and condensed.
21 de fev. de 2020 · For those not familiar with military law, the narrative of Jackie Robinson’s court martial allows the reader to appreciate its superior efficiency. The author’s “historical perspectives” are notes in the back of the book that provide considerable insight while reading the main text.
- Michael Lee Lanning
1 de mar. de 2020 · The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson is an extremely well-researched, well-written, and attention-holding biography of the former Brooklyn Dodger great. As the title implies, the book centers on Robinson’s court-martial in 1944 over an incident stemming from his refusal to move to the back of a bus in Texas.
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If Robinson had been found guilty of any charges from his court-martial, he would have been presented with a dishonorable discharge. With this negative mark, he would certainly have been denied a chance at a major-league baseball career. In his two-hour TNT movie, The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, filmmaker Larry Peerce produced a classic.