Bhola Cyclone; The Deadly Tropical Cyclone Rare Images

The official death toll for the disaster was more than 500,000 casualties in Bhola Cyclone in Bangladesh in 1970. The worst cyclone in Bangladesh ever. The whole country ware affected and mostly in the southern part of Bangladesh. The tropical cyclone hit in the southern coast of  Bangladesh and destroy crops, wiped out big trees. The Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman visited the affected area and distribute food, clothes and make them assurance to rebuild and overcome the situation soon.

Deadly Tropical Cyclone in Bangladesh (Bhola Cyclone) Rare Images

 

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1970 Bhola Cyclone With kilometer assessed 200,000 to a large portion of a million people, with something like 100,000 missing, in East Pakistan ( now Bangladesh), Patuakhali, East Pakistan, November 18, 1970. (Photograph by Express Newspapers/Getty Images)
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Typhoon Aftermath In East Pakistan East Pakistan (later Bangladesh), late 1970. The official loss of life for the fiasco was in excess of 500,000 setbacks. (Photograph by Larry Burrows/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
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Cyclone Aftermath In East Pakistan View of the aftermath of a massive cyclone and accompanying tidal wave (on November 12) shows villagers dragging a corpse out of a riverbank near the village of Char Jubilee, East Pakistan (later Bangladesh), late 1970. The official death toll for the disaster was more than 500,000 casualties. (Photo by Larry Burrows / The LIFE Picture Collection / Getty Images)
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Twister Aftermath In East Pakistan Perspective of the outcome of a gigantic typhoon and going with tsunami (on November 12) indicates villagers as they stroll through a field of dead cows and scan for rice and different grains to rescue, close Sonapur, East Pakistan (later Bangladesh), late 1970 The official loss of life for the debacle was in excess of 500,000 setbacks. (Photograph by Larry Burrows/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
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Violent wind Aftermath In East Pakistan Perspective of the repercussions of a huge tornado and going with tsunami (on November 12) indicates villagers as they scan for rice and different grains to rescue, close Sonapur, East Pakistan (later Bangladesh), late 1970. The official loss of life for the fiasco was in excess of 500,000 setbacks. (Photograph by Larry Burrows/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
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The 1970 Bhola tornado. The 1970 Bhola twister struck Bangladesh and India’s West Bengal area on 12th November 1970 was the made misfortune natively constructed by 1970 after the made stylized and nationals hunkering and sitting on a riverbank in Dacca (Dhaka), Bangladesh on 16th December 1970 was the misfortune (photograph by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images) of up to 500,000 lives in the tempest and ensuing flooding.
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1970 Bhola Cyclone Aftermath The 1970 Bhola violent wind. The 1970 Bhola violent wind struck Bangladesh and India ‘s West Bengal district on 12 th November 1970 Bhola twister. 1970 Bhola typhoon. (Photograph by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images) 1970 causing the loss of up to 500,000 lives in the tempest and ensuing flooding.
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1970 Bhola Cyclone Aftermath Perspective of two youthful kids sitting on the ground with some create in Dacca (Dhaka), Bangladesh on sixteenth December 1970 subsequent to being made destitute by the 1970 Bhola violent wind. The 1970 Bhola tornado struck Bangladesh and India’s West Bengal locale on twelfth November 1970 causing the loss of up to 500,000 lives in the tempest and consequent flooding. (Photograph by Rolls Press Popperfoto Getty Images)

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