On October 11th, in 1634, a strong storm developed off the coast of Schleswig-Holstein, the northernmost state in Germany. The storm created enormous waves that flooded the coastline and caused what is known as the "Buchardi Flood," also known as the "second Grote Mandrenke." Between 8,000 and 15,000 people died as a result of the storm.
For floods in a geological sense, see 551.489.
For social services performed in response to floods, see 363.3493.
For technology designed for the purpose of flood control, see 627.4.
For the history of Schleswig-Holstein, see 943.51.
For information on Germany in 1634, which was during the reign of Ferdinand II, see 943.042.