Top Ten Worst Disasters Everjordy2603 These disasters were the biggest events that shocked the entire world when they hit.
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This tsunami will be remembered as Mother Nature unleashed creating a massive tsunami that struck 15 countries killing at least 250,000 people and displaced 1.7 million locals. - jordy2603
US drops two nuclear bombs on Japan killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people, including children and no one in the US seems to care about what happened. Some planes fly into the towers killing a handful of people compared to the nukes, all the sudden it's a huge thing for some reason. How in the world can you put this before Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
How can they go and do this to us. I feel horrible for those people who fell like they could have done something to save that person they lost. They might fell like crap, but it isn't your fault. It was that Muslim leader who planned this in the late 1900's.
This isn't natural disaster. It was caused by HUMAN impact...
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The Japanese Were Hit by two disasters at the same time. What's more than getting killed by drowning or falling to your death?
The earthquake that created a tsunami which smashed into Fukushima power plant created a nuclear radius that killed many people and spread to the western coast of America. At least 18,000 people were killed from other causes such as the actual tsunami or the earthquake - jordy2603
The Pompeii disaster was Mount Vesuvius blowing it's lid causing a massive ash cloud to hang over the city of Pompeii for a day and a half killing hundreds and preserving the city in hardened ash - jordy2603
The category 5 storm that smashed into New Orleans is remembered as the event which sparked a start to creating stronger warnings for storms. It also flooded eighty percent of New Orleans cutting off food and water - jordy2603
It's so bad that it's here twice. - 50
When it exploded, Krakatoa created a force stronger than an atomic bomb that made a massive tsunami which submerged 100 villages and causing over 36,000 deaths - jordy2603
One of the worst crimes against humanity makes the list. The nuclear explosions killed many instantly and affected thousands more with radiation poisoning. - jordy2603
Really one of the worst crimes against humanity? If the war had continued more people would've died.
Truman was really dumb to make that decsion. I think It was one of the WORST PRESIDENTAL DECSIONS EVER! - Andyman234
The "ethnic cleansing" policy against Bosnian Muslims during the Bosnian war killed thousands of men, women and children including some women being mass rape victims. - jordy2603
This isn't NATURAL DISASTER. It was caused by HUMAN impact.
Never forget pearl harbor.
EF5 tornado that was the deadliest in the United States since 1947, killing 161 people and the costliest in world history, causing $2.8 billion in damages. Also destroyed a quarter of all buildings in the city.
The biggest earthquake in history measuring 9.5 killed at least 5,700 including 138 in Japan and 61 in Hawaii. 2 million were left homeless - jordy2603
This tornado tragically killed 100s of people across three states with no escape. I think we are all very lucky.
Tons of radioactive materials out of the plant.
April 26, 1986- Ukraine.
Those poor people without lifeboats, having to die in the freezing water at night with no hope... -
This wildfire is the worst recorded wildfire in US history that killed an estimated 1,000 people and burnt through millions of miles - jordy2603
Or the 'Great Pestilence ' in 1340's England. Caused by Yersinia Pestis (an organism passed into human blood stream by the bite of fleas endemic in certain species of rats). It wiped out half of England's population within a year. Some historians also believe it was in fact a viral disease which started in Mongolia in 1320's and spread into China and eventually little England. Whatever the real cause of The Black Death, it certainty lived up to its name. Thankfully I was born a few years after and missed it. - Britgirl
This. - Disturbedpotato
This killed an estimated 75 to 200 million people in Eurasia and peaking in Europe in the years 1346�"1353. - lionsforlife
Ferry are upside down - SpencerJC
I was at the the location at the time!
It killed 3.7 million people directly and indirectly over the next several months. This was perhaps the worst natural disaster of the 20th century. - lionsforlife
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2. Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945
3. Pompeii, 79AD
2. Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, 2011
3. Hurricane Katrina, 2005
2. Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, 2011
3. 9/11 Terror Attacks, 2001