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A cyclone that stopped the Roman Army cold. A hurricane and "dragon twist" that wiped out major cities. A supervolcano that triggered the Dark Ages. These are history's perfect storms, forces of nature that impacted us in ways far beyond the physical havoc they wreaked. Join us as we investigate these catastrophes, why they occurred, and what it was like to experience them firsthand. Scientific analysis and historical documents bring them to life, revealing stories of survival, heroism, and devastation.
The Galveston Hurricane of 1900.
An unexplained event in A.D. 536 causes worldwide crop failures and drops in temperature; scientists attempt to determine if a volcano or an impact from a comet or meteorite was responsible for the crisis.
Nearly 140,000 people die on Sept. 1, 1923, when a magnitude 7.9 earthquake ravages Japan and strong winds create an ensuing massive firestorm.
Rival dictators Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin strive for victory at any cost as German and Russian soldiers clash on the Eastern Front in October 1941.
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