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Diseases and Famines

Did Rats Bring The Black Death Plague In The Middle Ages ?

Some people may answer this question by saying that the medieval cities had severe hygiene problems and were flooded with rats.  

The Great Famine in Ireland (1845-1849)

Before the “Great Famine” As a result of the English colonization of the XII — XVIII centuries and repressive anti-Catholic laws of the indigenous Irish...

The Ten Deadliest Natural Disasters in History

10. Great Tangshan earthquake The Tangshan earthquake, also known as the Great Tangshan earthquake, was a natural disaster that occurred on July 28, 1976. It is believed to be...

How Syphilitic “Zombies” Wandered During The Renaissance In Europe

Syphilis is a very serious disease. The origins of this disease it’s still unknown, but currently there are two theories, which can potentially tell...

A History of Global Pandemics

  A History of Global Pandemics   The coronavirus of 2019 put the world to a halt, making people curious as...

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