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Belgian Earthquake of June 11, 1938

Nature volume 144, pages 950951 (02 December 1939) | Download Citation



THIS earthquake has been studied by O. Somville, chief of the Belgian Seismological Service (Annales de l'Observatoire Royal de Belgique, Série 3, 2; 1939). On June 11, 1938, at midday by the public clocks near the epicentre, an earthquake was felt in Belgium, North France, Holland, North-West Germany, Luxembourg and South-East England.

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