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Kelly lives in Manhattan and Berkshire County, Massachusetts. La moria grandissima began its terrible journey across the European and Asian continents in , leaving unimaginable devastation in its wake. Five years later, 25 million people were dead, felled by the scourge that would come to be called the Black Death It started in and lasted six years.
Before it was over, more than one million men, women, and children starved to death and another million fled the country A remarkably vivid account of a key moment in Western history: The critical six months in when Winston Churchill debated whether the British would fight Hitler John Kelly. Two types of plague seem to have predominated: bubonic plague, characterized by swollen lymph nodes and the bubo, a type of boil; and pneumonic plague, characterized by lung infection and spitting blood.
Those stricken with plague died quickly. Survivors often attempted to flee, but the plague was so widespread that there was virtually no escape from infection.cars.cleantechnica.com/da-de-octubre-en-santiago-un-2-edicin.php
Kelly recounts the varied reactions to the plague. The citizens of Venice, for example, forged a civic response to the crisis, while Avignon fell apart. The author details the emergence of Flagellants, unruly gangs who believed the plague was a punishment from God and roamed the countryside flogging themselves as a penance.