Paris under water

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Description Jeffrey H. Jackson captures the drama and ultimate victory of man over nature during Paris's Great Flood of 1910.
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Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Number Of Pages 262
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Subtitle how the city of light survived the great flood of 1910
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Paris under water
Authors Jeffrey H. Jackson
Average Rating 3
Categories History
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Description In the winter of 1910, the river that brought life to Paris--the Seine--became a force of destruction in a matter of hours. Torrential rainfall saturated the soil, and faulty engineering created conditions that soon drowned Parisian streets, homes, businesses, and museums, thrusting the City of Light into a battle with the elements. Given the Parisians' history of deep-seated social, religious, and political strife, many worried that they wouldn't be able to collaborate to confront the crisis. Yet while the sewers, MΓ©tro, and electricity failed around them, Parisians of all backgrounds rallied to save the city and one another. Improvising techniques to keep Paris functioning and braving the dangers of collapsing infrastructure and looters, leaders and residents alike answered the call to action. In breathtaking detail, Jeffrey Jackson captures here for the first time the epic story of the great flood. As the waters rise, so does the tension, but ultimately, the Parisians' love of their city leads them to triumph over nature against all odds.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 272
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2010-01-05
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan Trade
Ratings Count 1
Subtitle How the City of Light Survived the Great Flood of 1910
Title Paris Under Water

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