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what is it
Germany & the black death
WHAT ABOUT GERMANY AND THE BLACK DEATH?
Just how it affected them. Wittenberg mainly!
WELL in Europe around the 1340's the black death was really called Bubonic plague and it kill an estimate of 25 million people its sort of like people dying every day sort of thang
Thank you thank you :)
In the early 14th century conditions in Germany deteriorated. The climate grew colder and there were several famines. Worse, the black death struck Germany in 1349 and it killed about one third of the population. Jews were treated as scapegoats and many were massacred at that time. In the late 14th and 15th centuries there were a series of peasant uprisings in Germany. Furthermore impoverished noblemen called robber barons roamed the countryside. However a number of universities were founded in Germany at that time. Heidelberg was founded in 1386. It was followed by Leipzig in 1409, Tubingen in 1477 and Wittenberg in 1502.
plz fan and medal me
man i know you just did not steal my thunder! lol
u r so welcome (-:
no one gave me a medal :(
I'm working on it