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London Plague in 1665: an Example of World Reaction to Deadly Disease!

In the 17th century, London was a dismal, dirty, dangerous, and diseased city. And it was about to get worse, much worse. When Black Death (bubonic plague) lashed London again in 1665, more than 68,600 died out of a population of 460,000. It all started slowly in London. Just before Christmas, two men died in […]

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