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Climate Education home Climate Education cyclone damage Cyclone Tracy, Christmas 1974. Other cyclones.

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Suggested Pdf Resources

Cyclone Tracy: 30-Year Retrospective
Cyclone Tracy struck the city of Darwin on the northern coast of Australia early Christmas Day,. 1974, causing immense devastation.
Level 29: Cyclone Tracy Destroys Darwin
monitor comprehension. Makes and confirms predictions. Draws inferences.
Report on Cyclone Tracy December 1974 - Bureau of Meteorology
Cyclone Tracy
PAGE 69. Cyclone Tracy. Introduction.
Darwin and Cyclone Tracy
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of Englanid (1975) vol 57. Darwin and Cyclone Tracy. Christmas 1974.

Suggested News Resources

First Tracy news report archived
The country was starved of news broadcasts after Cyclone Tracy struck Darwin - killing 71 people and cutting off all power - until the ABC's Mike Hayes wrangled a ham radio report several days later.
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Suggested Web Resources

Cyclone Tracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cyclone Tracy was a tropical cyclone that devastated the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day, 1974.
Cyclone Tracy Newsreel [1974] - YouTube
Oct 25, 2008 Original newsreel of the aftermath of Cyclone Tracy which hit Darwin on Christmas 1974.
1974 Cyclone Tracy
Cyclone Tracy (TV mini-series 1986) - IMDb
With John Alansu, Tony Barry, Aileen Britton, Linda Cropper.
Cyclone Tracy
Cyclone Tracy almost completely devastated this city. The extent of the damage is something that should never have happened.

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