British survivors of the Quetta earthquake arrrive in London, 1935.
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British survivors of the Quetta earthquake in India (now Pakistan) on arrival at Waterloo Station, London. 'Nearly a thousand survivors of the terrible Quetta Baluchistan earthquake, the majority of them women and children, arrived at London today by special train from Southampton. They were met by ambulances used to transport injured survivors to their various homes. Many of the survivors lost relatives and all their worldly posesions in the disaster.'