1937 Hong Kong Typhoon Had 164 MPH Winds, Killed 11,000 People

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29 Sep 1937 – SKIPPER TELL TYPHOON TERROR IN HONG-KONG BUNBURY…

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2 Responses to 1937 Hong Kong Typhoon Had 164 MPH Winds, Killed 11,000 People

  1. Andy DC says:

    A typhoon in China? Who could have ever imagined it?

  2. Karl says:

    Latest Typhoon Usagi was forecast to give a worst case scenario hit to Hong Kong, but as Joe Bastardi reported on his Weatherbell blog, the storm passed just north of the city averting disaster.

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