Members of the 388th Engineers Regiment roll steel pipes onto a barge for the Canol Project in Canada during World War II.
Canada Date:1943 Duration:1 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
From a series of clips showing work on the Canol Project in Canada during World War 2. View of workers working at a construction site near the Mackenzie River. African American U.S. Army soldiers of the 388th Engineer General Service Regiment roll steel pipes on to a barge. The Engineers lift the pipes. (When the river was frozen, members of this regiment were sometimes referred to as the "Ice Road Truckers" moving equipment on the frozen Mackenzie River.)
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