The John Paul Jones monument and the Titanic Memorial inundated by flood waters during great Potomac River flood of 1936.
Washington DC USA Date:1936, March 19 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
Damage caused due to Potomac River flood in Washington DC., United States. The John Paul Jones monument in Potomac Park amidst the flood affected area. Area submerged in water. Damaged cherry trees near Tidal Basin, overrun by water. View of the damaged area and harbor looking out toward Haynes Point, as seen from atop the Washington Monument. The Titanic Memorial amidst the flooded area. Giant flagstones near the Titanic Memorial dislodged and scattered by flood waters. People walking near the parkway. View of unscathed Federal buildings in downtown Washington DC and 1930s era automobiles on the street.
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