Israel wildfire: How it stacks up with five other devastating blazes

3. United States

Known as the Great Fire of 1910, this wildfire raged across three states – Idaho, Montana, and Washington – and several national forests in the US northwest. In the end, the two-day firestorm had burned about 3 million acres of land and caused more than 80 deaths. It is still the largest forest fire in US history.

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