The Weather Factor

  • Authors
  • David┬áM.┬áLudlum

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. David M. Ludlum
    Pages 1-26
  3. David M. Ludlum
    Pages 27-99
  4. David M. Ludlum
    Pages 100-151
  5. David M. Ludlum
    Pages 152-207
  6. David M. Ludlum
    Pages 208-275

About this book


In this book, David Ludlum, America's acknowledged dean of weather history, describes historical weather events and their consequences to society. From the colonists' first encounter with the American climate to the launch of the first weather satellite in space, weather has influenced battles, wars, elections, sports events, balloon launches, airship flights, and many other history-making events. Want to know what part the weather played in ending the Siege in Yorktown? Why President Harrison caught his fatal cold on Inauguration Day? Which was the worst-ever Saturday for football all across the country? This book attempts to answer these questions and many more.


Historical Events Siege in Yorktown Weather History Weather Satellite

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