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Mysterious, deadly, and unlike other natural killers, they exhibit no obvious warning signs. Yet within minutes, the ocean rises to incredible heights, sending these powerful walls of water crashing to shore.
Since the end of World War II, tsunamis have killed people in the United States than the very earthquakes that often trigger them. In this amazing account of the deadly tsunamis that rocked the Hawaiian islands in 1946 and 1960, The History Channel explores how these massive waves from and why forecasting them remains as confounding for scientists as trying to predict the whims of nature.
In the words of the survivors, and in the striking photographs of the devastating damage caused by the mid-twentieth-century Hawaiian tsunamis, uncover the indiscriminate fury of this most terrifyingly elusive and highly dangerous natural phenomenon.
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Upplagd i sortimentet: 16 December, 2006