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Lists of disasters

Great Fire of London, 1666
Starvation in Bengal, 1943
Bombed Dresden, 1945
Train Accident Eschede, 1998
Schlottwitz, 2002
Aeroplane accident Smolensk, 2010
Oil in Gulf of Mexico, 2010
Tōhoku Earth Quake, 2011
Moore Tornado, 2013

The following are lists of disasters.

Contents

  • Natural disaster 1
  • Accidents 2
    • Transport 2.1
    • Industrial 2.2
    • Health 2.3
  • Manmade 3
  • By location 4
  • Other 5
  • See also 6

Natural disaster

These lists are of disasters caused by forces of nature.

Accidents

These are lists of disasters caused by accidental human action.

Transport

Industrial

Health

Manmade

These are lists of disasters caused by deliberate human action.

By location

Other

See also

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