Armistice Day Blizzard By Michael Sieve
The fall of 1940 was exceptionally warm and pleasant. The blizzard that hit the Midwest on Armistice Day that year took everyone by surprise. High winds, deep snow and bitter cold not only forced the ducks down from the north, but also lured hunters out into the marshes for the greatest duck shooting of their lives. Dozens of duck hunters froze to death, lost in the storm that night.
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