(10)NORTH SEA FLOOD (YEAR 1212)

Death Toll :- Nearly 60000-70000 People

North Sea Flood was a Deadly Flood that Struck Netherlands in the Year 1212. This Flood Started in June 1212 & ends 6 months After which Claims the Lives of more than 60000 People. It also Caused huge Damage to Properties across Netherlands. It takes about 2 years for Netherlands to Recover from Destruction of the Flood.

(9) ST. LUCIA’S FLOOD (YEAR 1287)

Death Toll :- 50000-80000 People

St. Lucia Flood was yet Another Deadly Flood that Struck in the 13th Century in the Year 1287, in Holy Roman Empire. It Killed Approximately 50000-80000 People & Destroy Homes, Farms & other Properties leaving majority of Population Homeless.

(8) YANGTZE RIVER FLOOD (YEAR 1911)

Death Toll :- Upto 100000 People

Yangtze River Flood that struck in Year 1911 Killed almost 100000 People & Destroyed nearly millions of Property.

(7) HANOI & RED RIVER DELTA (YEAR 1971)

Death Toll :- 100000-110000 People

Hanoi & Red River Delta Flood struck North Vietnam in 1971. It is Deemed as most deadliest weather events in Human History.The area of Flooding in & around Hanoi is highly populated so there is no Doubt that the Damage was immense. Also, this event happened during wartime which also contributes to it being so Deadly.

(6) ST. FELIX’S FLOOD (YEAR 1530)

Death Toll :- 100000+ People

St. Felix Flood happened on saturday, 5 November 1530 & this day was known as St.Felix Day but after the event this day was known as The Evil Saturday (Kwade zaterdag). The Destruction was so massive that larger parts of Flanders & Zeeland were washed away & Death Toll reaches more than 100000 People.

(5) YANGTZE RIVER FLOOD (YEAR 1935)

Death Toll :- 145000 People

After its 1911 Destruction, Yangtze river Flood strikes again in 1935 & This time in more Dangerous Magnitude. It Killed about 145000 People in China.

Not just Flood was deadly but the after effects were horrible with Famine & Social Turmoil. Yangtze River Being one of the most important River in china due to its Significance in Trade,Transportation & Agriculture is also proved to be a Threat in times of Flood.

(4) TYPHOON NINA (YEAR 1975)

Death Toll :- 229000 People

Typhoon Nina was fourth deadliest typhoon in the History . the most Deadly Event was the Bursting of the Banqiao Dam which Resulted in Death of Almost 229000 People in Zhumadian, China. The Collapse of Dam due to heavy flooding also caused a string of smaller dams to collapse, Adding more damage to already Damaged Areas.

(3) YELLOW RIVER FLOOD (YEAR 1938)

Death Toll :- 500000-800000 People

1938 Yellow River flood also termed as Huayuankou embankment breach Incident which was a Flood Created by Nationalist Government in China during Second Sino-Japanese war in an attempt to halt the advancing Japanese Forces. It has been called the “Largest act of environmental warfare in history” This Strategy of Government created lot of controversies because of deaths caused by these flood was nearly up to 800000 People.

(2) YELLOW RIVER FLOOD (YEAR 1887)

Death Toll :- 900000-2000000 People

Yellow River is always prone to Flooding due to its elevated nature & running between dikes above the broad plains surrounding it. The Flood which Started in September 1887, killed about 900000 People. Since a very long time china is suffering from the wrath of these rivers. This Flood incident is second most Deadliest Floods in the History.

(1) CHINA FLOODS (YEAR 1931)

Death Toll :- 1000000-4000000 People

1931 China Floods were a series of Devastating floods that occurred in Republic of China. The series of flood & Famines formed one of the most Lethal Natural Disasters of 20th Century. It is Estimated that Nearly 4 million Deaths occurred during these Floods. More than 25-50 million People were Directly affected by the flood. The Flood Destroyed huge amounts of Housing & Farmland. Around 15% of Wheat & Rice Crops were Destroyed with the proportion being much higher in the flood affected Areas.

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