Hurricane Camille Pt. 2: Seabees and Palm Trees

av Survival | Publicerades 8/5/2019

The terrible storm of August 18th, 1969 utterly devastated the Gulf Coast. However, a coordinated effort from the National Guard, the Seabees, truckers and the federal government returned the area to its former glory. But was the aid distributed fairly, or were marginalized groups ignored? 

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