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Ten Famous Fires
The Hartford Circus, 1944: The big top caught fire, killing almost 200 people. Because it had been waterproofed with gasoline, the tent came…
Boston, 1872: While not the largest fire, Boston's was the most expensive in U.S. history as it was focused downtown and in the financial di…
Chicago, 1871: Few fires have been as famous as the one that left more than 17,000 structures burned and 90,000 people homeless.
San Francisco, 1906: The fire was caused by a massive earthquake; it burned 25,000 buildings over 490 city blocks and, along with the earthq…
Wisconsin, 1871: This fire was responsible for more deaths than any other in U.S. history. Some estimates put the death toll as high as 2,50…
Texas City, 1947: The fire detonated 2,300 tons of fertilizer, resulting in the largest industrial explosion in U.S. history. It leveled ove…
Tokyo, Japan 1923: The city of Tokyo was leveled by a massive earthquake and the fire that followed. Some estimates place the death toll as …
London, 1666: This fire actually proved to be beneficial and surprisingly non-lethal, destroying the filthy slums associated with the Great …
Rome, 64 AD: The fire lasted over a week, destroying more than 70 percent of Rome. The culprit was believed to be Nero, who wanted a new pal…
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1917: The scene of the world's largest man-made accidental explosion in history. A cargo ship loaded with ammunition c…
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