The black plague

  • Dec 1, 1348

    the begining

    there is no officaly known start date of the plague. all we know is that it started late 1348.
  • Period: Dec 1, 1348 to

    the black plague

  • Nov 11, 1349

    great losses begin

    3,000 Jews killed in Black Death riots in Efurt Germany. Jews were belived to be the cause of the plague
  • Mar 1, 1352

    keeps killing

    The Black Death by this year had killed 25 million people in Europe alone.
  • Feb 1, 1356

    whos to blame?

    A war begins between the English and the French directly following an occurrence of the Black Death in France. French peasants suffer the most economically, as is usual in medieval times during war
  • no more

    There was no litigation in London, England due to the Black plague.
  • more and more

    17,036 people die in europe alone
  • sickness and fire

    fire demolished about four-fifths of London which started at the house of King Charles II's baker, Thomas Farrinor. Approximately 13,200 houses, 90 churches and 50 livery company halls burned down or exploded but only claimed only 16 lives. It actually helped impede the spread of the Black Plague, as most of the disease-carrying rats were killed in the fire.
  • spreads

    Plague breaks out in Austria.
  • recent attacks mice infected with Bubonic Plague disappear from a laboratory at the Public Health Research Institute on the campus of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
  • just last year
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