The Black Death



The Black Death Sweeping Across The Known World With Unchecked Devastation, The Black Death Claimed Between 75 Million And 200 Million Lives In Four Short Years In This Engaging And Well Researched Book, The Trajectory Of The Plague S March West Across Eurasia And The Cause Of The Great Pandemic Is Thoroughly Explored Inside You Will Read About What Was The Black Death A Short History Of Pandemics Chronology Trajectory Causes Pathology Medieval Theories Disease Control Black Death In Medieval Culture Consequences Fascinating Insights Into The Medieval Mind S Perception Of The Disease And Examinations Of Contemporary Accounts Give A Complete Picture Of What The World S Most Effective Killer Meant To Medieval Society In Particular And Humanity In General.The Black Death

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[Epub] The Black Death  By Henry Freeman – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 45 pages
  • The Black Death
  • Henry Freeman
  • English
  • 14 March 2018

10 thoughts on “The Black Death

  1. says:

    I was reading Bill Bryson s book, Neither Here Nor There Travels in Europe, and he was reading The Black Death by Philip Ziegler and commenting on it, so I thought maybe he had the better idea, so I got this free book on kindle and began reading it instead.I have heard about the black plague since my teenage years or was it in college I remember once being mesmerized by a college professor s speech on the subject Even he was mesmerized by it since his class wasn t Black Plague 101 It c I was reading Bill Bryson s book, Neither Here Nor There Travels in Europe, and he was reading The Black Death by Philip Ziegler and commenting on it, so I thought maybe he had the better idea, so I got this free book on kindle and began reading it instead.I have heard about the black plague since my teenage years or was it in college I remember once being mesmerized by a college professor s speech on the subject Even he was mesmerized by it since his class wasn t Black Plague 101 It could have been the English class where we had to read Camus book The Plague I remember his telling us that it could happen again Well, it has in a small way, because last year there were 14 cases in the U.S with 4 people dying, and every year we have a few ca...

  2. says:

    This was a great opportunity to read about the Black Plague There were things in the book that I never knew In fact there was a lot of facts that were new to me It is a good quick read It covers the numbers of deaths all over Europe and into Asia I did not know that there were recent outbreaks.

  3. says:

    If you re looking for some serious history book about The Black Death, this is book isn t it However, if you re looking for some cursory, yet really interesting, information with no real references to the sources, then this is it I liked it for it gave some really interesting facts about The Black Death back in the 1300s how it spread and how it was perceived, but I really, really would ve loved to see some references at the end of the book because the way it is in its current state may just If you re looking for some serious history book about The Black Death, this is book isn t it However, if you re looking for some cursory, yet really interesting, information with no real references to the sources, then this is it I liked it for it gave some really interestin...

  4. says:

    Wasn t quite sure how to rate this, but I think I ll go with 3.5 stars It s a small book, but it does a decent job of covering the plague of the mid 1300s It s not long, but a longer book on this particular subject would just be depressing, so I guess I don t have complaints with the length and I knew it was short when I downloaded it to my kindle I learned a few new things, especially in regards...

  5. says:

    The facts and figures of the black death was mind blowing The sheer volume of humanity wiped out by this terrible disease was anything from 75 million to 200 million which is a vague figure, but records show they couldn t keep up with the body count A quick, informative read, covering all aspects of the many different strains of the plague Written concisely, with plenty of gruesome information to make this a truly revolting historical read.I shall readby Henry Freeman on the many other s The facts and figures of the black death was mind blowing The sheer volume of humanity wiped out by this terrible disease was anything from 75 million to 200 million which is a vague figure, but records show they couldn t keep up with the body count A quick, informative read, ...

  6. says:

    A nice little book covering the major points of the Black Death It serves as a nice introduction to the various topics covered.

  7. says:

    An interesting book because it brings together a lot of information that is generally scattered around and it updates that information at all levels, particularly the medical level.If the first chapters sound very technical and factual, the author reaches later on the cultural level and that is essential The Black Death was a traumatic experience for the world and particularly for Europe, or it is rather better known for Europe.The trauma can be explained easily Let s say the European populati An interesting book because it brings together a lot of information that is generally scattered around and it updates that information at all levels, particularly the medical level.If the first chapters sound very technical and factual, the author reaches later on the cultural level and that is essential The Black Death was a traumatic experience for the world and particularly for Europe, or i...

  8. says:

    This is a good, basic synopsis of this disease and its triple reoccurrence as a pandemic, including theories or its origin and demise The book is easily read over a lunch break Discovered onKindle.

  9. says:

    This book tells the very basics about the bubonic plague This book was very short Although the bubonic plague occurred in the 14th century, there are still a number of facts that can be reported This book does a good job of reporting those facts.

  10. says:

    La Black Death o Mors Nigra a que se refiere este estudio es la mism sima que conocemos como Peste Bub nica Esta se dio en varias pocas de la historia, pero la m s mort fera fue la de 1348 a 1352.La primera oleada se dio en el a o 542 en el Imperio Bizantino de Justiniano, y se cree que murieron por esta causa unos 25 millones de personas.Se dice que la peste se esparci de tierra firme asi tica v a Europa,...

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