In 1952, this trouble caused a nightmare. An episode that went down in history as “The Great Smog”. Fog-like by no means visible before settled over London, and by the point it dispersed, the toll turned into heaps of humans useless.

Given the severity of the fogs and the knowledge of coal combustion as a dominant reason, why turned into a public fitness catastrophe had to motivate motion? The delays reflected the interfering actions of producers and the powerful coal industry. The London Fog of 1952 proved pivotal through the scary scale of its effects.**

The new book, London Fog, presents sweeping insurance of the London fogs in an account that tiers from the history and sources of the fogs to their effect on art and portrayal in literature and film.

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