THE VORTEX: A True Story of History's Deadliest Storm, an Unspeakable War, and Liberation
In November 1970, a colossal storm set a collision course with the most densely populated coastline on Earth. Over the course of just a few hours, the Great Bhola Cyclone would kill 500,000 people and begin a chain reaction of turmoil, genocide, and war. This work is the dramatic story of how that storm sparked a country to revolution. 16 pages of photos.
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