Invisible SoldierThe Invisible Soldier: The Experience of the Black Soldier, World War II compiled by Mary Penick Motley and with a forward by Howard Donavan Queen was first published by Wayne State University Press in 1975

A book consisting of a series of interviews about the experience of the black soldier.  As described by the publisher, Wayne State University Press: "By turns shocking, nightmarish, despairing, bitterly ironic, and, in rare instances, full of laughter, the fifty-five oral histories in The Invisible Soldier add a significant chapter to black history. The interviews disclose the brutality of the unseen wars black servicemen fought when confronted with the official army policy of segregation and by attitudes in southern communities, as well as overseas."