1642 Yellow River Flood

1642 Yellow River Flood

In 1642 the Chinese Ming Dynasty tried to break a rebel siege of Kaifeng by blowing dikes on the Yellow River. The flood destroyed not only the rebels but also Kaifeng, killing 300,000 people.

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