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When the United States entered World War II in December 1941 it faced a shortage of merchant mariners. With supplies in desperate needs overseas a massive sealift would require not only a huge fleet of cargo ships but the seafarers to sail them. This opened the door a bit to black mariners for a range of shipboard jobs. One of the most dramatic stories of this era involved shipmaster Hugh Mulzac.With the outbreak of World War II Mulzac recognized an opportunity to use his license and command a vessel. At age 56 he was named master of the new Liberty ship Booker T. Washington christened by legendary opera singer Marian Anderson.