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Earthquakes, Floods, Tornadoes And Hurricanes - Over 2 1/2 Hours Of Film Documenting The History Of American Natural Disasters Presented As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #Floods #Tornadoes #Hurricanes #Films #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
1936 PITTSBURGH FLOOD (PART II - PART I MISSING) (1936, 2:49, Silent)
A TRIP DOWN MARKET STREET BEFORE THE FIRE (1906, 13:52, Silent) - A car ride down San Francisco's main street before the great earthquake destroyed it one year later.
CATACLYSM: VOLCANO, TIDAL WAVES DEVASTATE PACIFIC AREA (1960, 1:44) - Chile's volcanic and earthquake activity results in tidal waves hitting Hawaii and California.
EARTHQUAKE (1973, 26:45) - The 1971 San Fernando Valley earthquake.
EDISON NEWSREELS: SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE AFTERMATH (1906, 4:55)
FLOOD RELIEF: PRESIDENT INSPECTS AREA AND SPEEDS AID (1955, 1:23) - The aftermath of Hurricane Connie.
MAN AGAINST THE RIVER (1937, 9:54) - The Works Progress Association (WPA) helps refugees of flood of the Ohio River.
MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOOD OF 1927 (1936, 17:42, Silent)
NEWS MAGAZINE OF THE SCREEN (MAY 1952, 1:54) - Nine states ravaged by the flooding of the Missouri River.
HURRICANE IN TWO HEMISPHERES (NOVEMBER 1956, 3:56) - Hurricane Flossy hits Louisiana while Typhoons 9 & 12 hit Japan.
A MATTRESS FOR THE MISSISSIPPI (DECEMBER 1956, 0:53) - The Mississippi River is reinforced from the river bottom right up to the levees.
NORTHEAST DEVASTATED BY FLOODS! (AUGUST 1955, 2:22) - More on the devastation caused by Hurricane Connie.
DISASTER: FLOODS RUIN OHIO VALLEY (1937, 0:25. Silent)
RENO FLOOD (1927, 2:35, Silent)
SAN FRANCISCO AFTER THE FIRE, 1906 (1906, 23:25, Silent)
SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE AFTERMATH: RIDING DOWN MARKET STREET (1906, 3:17, Silent)
SAN FRANCISCO AFTERMATH, 1906 (1906, 7:43, Silent)
SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE AFTERMATH (1906, 1:39, Silent)
SHOCK TROOPS OF DISASTER: THE STORY OF THE NEW ENGLAND HURRICANE (1938, 10:53) - From back before Hurricanes were given names, this film documents the extraordinarily destructive hurricane known as the Great New England Hurricane of 1938.
STORM HAVOC: HURRICANE KILLS 43, DAMAGE 15 MILLIONS (AUGUST 1955, 1:31) - Hurricane Connie hits the east coast from the Carolinas to New York.
TORNADO (1950s, 14:26) - The Dos and Dont's of what to do in case of a Tornado is here mixed with rare and classic Tornado footage.
SCORES DIE AS TWISTERS RIP MIDWEST (APRIL 1956, 0:55) - Hudsonville Michigan is devastated, 14 states severely damaged.
A Natural Disaster is a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of the Earth; examples include firestorms, duststorms, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, storms, and other geologic processes. A natural disaster can cause loss of life or damage property, and typically leaves some economic damage in its wake, the severity of which depends on the affected population's resilience and on the infrastructure available. In modern times, the divide between natural, man-made and man-accelerated is quite difficult to draw with human choices like architecture, fire, resource management or even climate change potentially playing a role. An adverse event will not rise to the level of a disaster if it occurs in an area without vulnerable population. In a vulnerable area, however, such as Nepal during the 2015 earthquake, an adverse event can have disastrous consequences and leave lasting damage, which can take years to repair. The disastrous consequences also impact the mental health of effected communities often leading to post-traumatic symptoms. These increased emotional experiences can be supported through collective processing, leading to resilience and increased community engagement.