How Did They Stop the Black Death?

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The Black Death which killed 1.5 million from 1348 and 1350 was said to have ended when those who survived it believed that there was something special about them and that God had protected them. This made them to take the opportunity offered by the disease to improve on their lifestyle. The Black disease was a major disaster in medieval England and had huge impact on society.
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The black death was a very dangerous plague that infected Europe.There are three things believed to have stopped the Black Death,they are Infected rats died,infected people survived
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Europeans acquired immunity to the responsible strain of Anthrax.
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1 There were two kinds of "black death." The bubonic plague is caused by a bacteria, yersinia pestis, which is harbored by fleas (which were themselves carried to Europe
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1 Start at the beginning. Look into the classics of the genre first: Morbid Angel's "Blessed are the Sick," Deicide's "Legion," Obituary's "Cause of Death
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