Author: Morton Greenbaum
Twenty Greatest New York City Fires of the Twentieth Century
An absorbing look at an unusual and fascinating subject, this documental book relates stories of the twenty greatest fires in New York City from 1900 to 1965. FDNY Honorary Deputy Chief Morton Greenbaum (1917-1994) writes vividly and dramatically of the great fires that rampaged through the five boroughs of New York City from the General Slocum Disaster of 1904 to the conflagration on Staten Island in April of 1963. This authentic and heartfelt historical legacy is dedicated to firefighters and their friends.
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