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Last edited 21 Nov 2018
Delta Works sea defences
- Damage millions of homes.
- Put people's lives in danger.
- Cost the country a lot of money.
The Delta Works were not the first bold scheme built in the Netherlands. In the 1930s, Dutch civil engineers constructed the Zuiderzee Works to dam and drain an entire bay three times the size of London.
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