This will be the 'go-to' book for Latino military history for years to come. Rosales captures the voices and experiences of Latino veterans from World War II to Vietnam.
—Steve Estes, author of Charleston in Black and White: Race and Power in the South After the Civil Rights Movement
Provides the most comprehensive account of Mexican Americans' experiences in the U.S. military. Rosales nicely presents everyday soldiers' stories while not losing sight of the G.I. Bill's and the Veterans' Administration's roles in helping shape those lives. Soldados Razos at War
highlights the struggles and triumphs of a group of individuals whose service has not only benefited Latino America but also the United States as a whole.
—Ernesto Chávez, author of The U.S. War with Mexico: A Brief History with Documents