ThePodcastofDoom's podcast
The Podcast of Doom explores famous disasters and calamities throughout history.
Episode 17 - The Iranian Blizzard and Carolean Death March

Two giant blizzards on two different continents in two different centuries. The Iranian Blizzard of 1972 killed more than 4,000 people, many who died from exposure or suffocation beneath the snow. In one week the storm dropped as much as 26 feet of snow. In a different century on a different continent, a Swedish army prepares to invade Norway as part of a plan to retore their power and pride. But a campaign that starts in August and was only supposed to last 6 weeks ends up taking just a little longer. Things get really complicated when the King of Sweden dies and this army in the far north must return to the homeland over a range of difficult mountain passes just as the worst winter in years is about to hit.

Direct download: Episode_17_-_The_Iranian_Blizzard_and_Carolean_Death_March.mp3
Category:Social and Culture -- posted at: 7:51pm PDT
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