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A dramatic series in the popular YOU CHOOSE brand, where YOU try to survive through some of history’s worst natural disasters such as the 1900 Galveston Hurricane or the 1918 Flu Pandemic. From the Great San Francisco Earthquake to the Tri-State Tornado, these interactive books put you at the center of the action with multiple life-or-death decisions that will determine your ultimate fate. Complete with stories of real-life people, nonfiction back matter, and dozens of possible outcomes, find out if you can survive with You Choose: Disasters in History.
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The date is April 27, 1865. You are crammed onboard the steamboat Sultana with more than 2,000 passengers. Many of them are soldiers heading home after ...
In September 1900, the people of Galveston, Texas, knew a storm was coming. But they’d experienced storms before and didn’t think much of it. However, the ...
In the northwestern United States, the summer of 1910 was the driest anyone had seen in a long time. The weather was extremely hot and windy. Crops everywhere ...
The year is 1918. World War I is nearing its end. But the world is just beginning to suffer from a deadly pandemic. Within months, the deadly flu virus has ...
On March 18, 1925, the deadliest tornado in history tore a path of destruction more than 200 miles long across Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. The giant ...
The date is April 18, 1906. The city of San Francisco has just been rocked and shaken by a huge earthquake. Even worse, the quake causes huge fires to break ...
On May 31, 1889, heavy rains and a dam failure sent flood waters sweeping into Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The 50-foot-high wall of water quickly demolished much ...
It is January 12, 1888, and you are caught by surprise by a powerful blizzard that sweeps across the Midwest. Dangerously cold temperatures, high winds, and ...
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