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W. E. B. Du Bois - Du Bois traveled to Europe to attend the first Pan-African Congress

Time: Wednesday Feb 19, 1919

Place: Paris, France

Details: When the war ended, Du Bois traveled to Europe in 1919 to attend the first Pan-African Congress and to interview African-American soldiers for a planned book on their experiences in World War I.

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