Christine was born in Annapolis, MD, and later served in the United States Army as a registered nurse at the end of the Vietnam Era. She and her husband, Dennis, live in Weaverville, NC. Upon discovering her father's letters to her mother during World War II, Christine set out with Dennis on a journey to document the untold stories of the Alaska-Canada Highway. Learn more about their journey at 93regimentalcan.com.
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We Fought the Road
by Christine McClure & Dennis McClure
We Fought the Road is the story of the building of the Alaska-Canada Highway during World War II, a task that been likened to the building of the Panama Canal. Unlike most accounts that focus on the road's military planners, We Fought the Road is boots-on-the-ground and often personal, based in part on letters from the "Three Cent Romance," discovered in the authors' family papers.
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