A Small Taste Of The 1930s

The climate of the 1930s was atrocious.

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3 Responses to A Small Taste Of The 1930s

  1. Jimash says:

    Those are UH-Mazing .
    I especially liked the one about the Russians in the Arctic.

  2. Blade says:

    A Small Taste Of The 1930s

    Question for AGW doomsayers that wonder what the point is of these historical flashbacks …

    What would you be writing in your blogs today if these stories occurred now in 2011?

    C’mon, be honest.

  3. Ivan says:

    And in the Antarctic:
    Rises to 25 Degrees Above Zero
    Warmth Appreciated by Expedition
    NEW YORK, June 5. [1934]
    The following wireless message has been received from the base camp of the Byrd expedition in the Antarctic :-
    “Little America -This polar community has entered upon the 14th day of what, for want of a better equivalent might be called the hottest winter heat wave in the memory of the oldest inhabitants. At 8 a.m. the temperature soared to 25deg above zero notwithstanding a blizzard and thudding soft moist snow which was almost like rain.”

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