1936 Tornadoes : Third Worst Red Cross Disaster

“Anderson, South Carolina, has had 11.18 inches of rain during the past six days. Every known authority is struggling with the problem of caring for refugees, burying the dead and maintaining sanitation. The American Red Cross announced that the tornado had produced the third worse disaster on record in the United States, and that it would take ten years for the affected communities, which are not rich industrially, to recover from their economic losses.”

09 Apr 1936 – AMERICAN TORNADO – Trove

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2 Responses to 1936 Tornadoes : Third Worst Red Cross Disaster

  1. arn says:

    Seems that the middle of the 30ies was worse than all years of the AGW scam combined.

  2. Jack says:

    I am no longer getting your e mail updates. This the last post i have received. Presuming a glitch in the system?

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