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.
In five short years an estimated 25 million people were dead as a r...
-L. ock themselves in their house, and wouldn't go outside or let anyone in. If they were walking around the streets there was a high chance that they'd catch the Plague.Pray to God
Answer 10000 People died of the black death In England 30-33% died ANSWER no it was 75 million people that die Answer No! approximately twenty five million people, about one third
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