The scene in Valdez, Alaska, after the Great Alaska Earthquake brought devastation on March 27, 1964. With a magnitude of 9.2, it was the second-largest earthquake ever recorded. The largest, measured at 9.5, struck Chile on May 22, 1960.
The scene in Valdez, Alaska, after the Great Alaska Earthquake brought devastation on March 27, 1964. With a magnitude of 9.2, it was the second-largest earthquake ever recorded. The largest, measured at 9.5, struck Chile on May 22, 1960. AP
The scene in Valdez, Alaska, after the Great Alaska Earthquake brought devastation on March 27, 1964. With a magnitude of 9.2, it was the second-largest earthquake ever recorded. The largest, measured at 9.5, struck Chile on May 22, 1960. AP

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