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== In the US there were 11,535,000 draftees during WWII.

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According to Wikipedia, during WWII, somewhat over 10,000,000 men were inducted. The question was how many African Americans were drafted, the answer does not clarify this.

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why ask about race, were they not Americans?

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The major powers in WW 2 put 92 million men in the field. Some 90 million of them were drafted; the rest were professional soldiers.

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From the time in 1940 when the draft began until 1947 when the legislation expired, about 10 million persons were drafted.

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20 million had to enlist right away.

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