It is not known when Tacloban became a municipality because records supporting this fact were destroyed during a typhoon
Tacloban – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wednesday 12 January 1898
TYPHOON AND TIDAL WAVE
IN THE PHILLIPINES.
7000 Lives Lost.
The hurricane reached Leyte on October 12, and striking Tacloban, the capital, with terrific force, reduced it to ruins in less than half an hour.
12 Jan 1898 – TYPHOON AND TIDAL WAVE IN THE PHILLIPINES. 7000 …
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How do you find all this stuff ???
By actually looking.
bad man, BAD…. stop that … you are a disgusting influence on the young, imagine actually looking when we all know MSM tell the truth the whole truth and everything but the truth.
It’s called “research” – it’s a hang-over from the days when people were interested in “facts”.
Go to http://trove.nla.gov.au/ and use the search there. Hint – be imaginative with your searches (try waterspout for tornado, ice-storm for winter storms, etc.)
Then with the bare nuggets of information from there, Google or Bing another search to cross reference it.
Wikipedia says that the Tacloban City airport (DZR) was “completely destroyed” by a 13′ storm surge. While the terminal building did in fact suffer heavy damage, Philippine newspapers reported DZR was open to turboprop aircraft on Monday, Nov. 11. Philippine military C-130 and civilian Philippine Airlines flights to DZR started that day. It should be pointed out that the DZR runway is located a few meters away from the high tide mark, and it’s official elevation is listed as three meters (10 feet).
“The more things change, the more they remain the same.”
Tacloban City has has been around for centuries, as are most of the main cities and towns in the Philippines.