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Grote Mandrenke

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1362 – Grote Mandrenke – 25000 deaths. • 1703 – The “Great Storm” (UK). • 1879 – Tay rail bridge disaster (UK).
Managing the Coastal and Estuarine Historic Environment of the
1362. A storm surge destroyed the ports of Ravenser Odd on Spurn Head and. Rungholt in North Friesland.
Climate4you update January 2010
The Worst Natural Disasters by Death Toll
Grote Mandrenke, storm tide Netherlands, Germany, Denmark 1362 10000 Great Iran Flood.

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Germany's northernmost island Sylt a true tourist gem
Information boards along the way tell of the events that helped create this unique landscape, including the Saint Marcellus flood, or Grote Mandrenke (Great Drowning of Men).

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Grote Mandrenke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
climate4you ClimateAndHistory 1300-1399
List of contents. 1346-1349: The Black Death and the Flagellants. 1362: Grote Mandrenke and the opening of the Zuiderzee in the Netherlands.
Weatherwatch: The Grote Mandrenke | News |
Jan 20, 2011 Stephen Moss: Few weather events in British history were as devastating as the the drowning of men in mid January 1362.
Grote Mandrenke « Little Bits of History
Jan 16, 2011 Tags: flood, Grote Mandrenke, January 16, storm tide. Illustration of the damaging storm.

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