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and white documentary film on the building of the famed Alcan Highway (now called the Alaskan Highway). This 1,422 mile route was hurriedly built under adverse conditions by the U.S. Army back in 1942 in only 8 months to help protect Alaska from a possible Japanese invasion and also to supply the


Canadian Air Bases we used to shuttle aircraft to our Russians allies under the Lend/Lease Program. It runs from Dawson Creek in British Columbia to Delta Junction in Alaska. It is one of only two roads entering Alaska and the only paved route.

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