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CMH 70-115-1. Describes the critical role of Army officers who defied the odds and saw this immense project through to completion. They included Col. William C. Gorgas, who supervised the medical effort that saved countless lives and made it possible for the labor force to do its job; Col. George W. Goethals, who oversaw the final design of the canal and its construction and, equally important, motivated his workers to complete the herculean task ahead of schedule; and many other officers who headed up the project's subordinate construction commands and rebuilt the Panama railroad.
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- Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History
- Hoffman, Jon
- 2009: 103 p.; ill.
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- CMH 70 115 1Panama CanalArmy HistoryMilitary HisotryNavigationEngineering
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