Historian, Gay Activist Alan Berube Dies The historian, best known for his 1990 book about homosexual life in the military during World War II, was 61. He is fondly remembered for founding the San Francisco Lesbian and Gay History Project.
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Historian, Gay Activist Alan Berube Dies

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Historian, Gay Activist Alan Berube Dies

Historian, Gay Activist Alan Berube Dies

Historian, Gay Activist Alan Berube Dies

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Alan Berube, founder of the San Francisco Lesbian and Gay History Project, is best known for his 1990 book about homosexual life in the military during World War II. He died last week at age 61.