It killed many people, men,women, and children, it was carried by rats I believe, the childrens rhyme "ring around the rosy, pocket full of posey ashes ashes we all fall down," that is about the plague, but it went "ring around the rosey, pocket full of posey, achoo achoo we all fall down" because the first symptoms were sneezes. I think that the affect on Europe as a whole was that fact that it killed millions of people and the had to restart life after that pretty much.
It had the most dramatic effect on Europe, and even had an effect on many other parts of the world, but it killed millions.
The Black Death plague pandemic effected the whole of Europe, with an estimated 100 million killed between 1350 and 1400.
Black Death Plague spread from country to country. It spread across whole Europe.
the Black Death first came in Crimea. There after it spread to whole Europe.
Almost whole Europe was Affected by Black Death. It came to Europe via Mongol armies.
the whole of europe
Religious people thought that the plague was sent by God as a punishment for sin. Because of all the widespread death due to the whole plague Religious people found it diffeicult to gain trust in their religion because of the death. It did effect Europe in a reasonably large way. However one thing that was not hindered by the plague was the Pope who locked him self in locked quaters. He did not catch either plague.
the black plauge started in itally, then spread to the whole of europe, killing thousands were ever it went.
yes, it effected whole Europe. Including present day ukraine.
I think you mixed up the term Black Death and bubonic plague. Its not plaque. Assuming you meant the bubonic plague, it was not restricted to England. The whole of Europe and central Asia were victims to its merciless ravage. It happened in the fourteenth century.
The black plague was in Europe at the time. The plague may have been around at that time, but the devastating event referred to was potato blight. This rendered almost the whole potato crop inedible, causing a famine.
The Plague of Justinian was one of the worst in history. Its impact on the empire has been compared to that of the Black Death of the Middle Ages. It probably affected the whole of Europe. It has been estimated that one quarter of the population died. The empire took a long time to recover.
In some parts of Western Europe the Jews were falsely accused of causing (!) the plague and some were killed. Many fled to Eastern Europe, especially Poland, where they were welcomed on the whole. The key years were 1348-51, in which thousands of Jews were killed in pogroms.
Yes - it affected virtually the whole of Europe.
It occured through out the whole continent of Europe.
Whole world was affected by it. Mainly Europe and Asia.
Mostly Italy but it affected the whole of Europe
Black Death had left whole Europe in shock. Europe lost most of its economy and social power.
the whole of Europe and london
Mostly the Europeans but it was spread to the whole world so many,many people survied it.
yes, black death was spread in whole Europe. Russia also got black death.
the plague had a massive effect on the people who lived there, this is because they had to leave their homes again after the plague. some peoples homes had to be blown up to help stop the fire. but there were some advantages like the fac t that the plague was wiped out and that the whole of London could be rebuilt in a more efficient way.
There was a 1 in 3 chance of dying during the spread of the Bubonic Plaque (Black Death) in Europe.
Black Death lasted in whole europe. Around 1346 to 1353.
yes, whole Europe was struck by Black Death. Black Death spread in the Scotland as well.