How many people did the Black Death kill?


The Black Death is approximated to have taken the lives of30% – 60% of Europe's population, reducing the world's population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million in 1400. This has been viewed as having created a string of religious, social and economic disturbances which had difficult effects on the development of European history.
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The black death which occurred in China spread to Asia and Europe and was a rapidly spreading disease. Between the years of 1347 - 1352 it was an estimated 25 million people had died to the black plague.
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Approximatley 5 million people, which was about 70% of the population then, which is the equivalent of over 15 million people in Australia
There are no records I'm aware of that provide any sense of numbers. And this is a bit of a surprise to me since there are records of the number of people killed in various wars,
st lurences college black death.
The Black Death was treated by holding leaches against the swelling so that the leaches would suck some of the blood out. First answer by ID3521682766. Last edit by Iamduffan. Contributor
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