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Officially 6 people were killed in the great fire of london. However, modern thinking suggests the death toll was much higher; the deaths of the poor and homeless would not have been recorded, nor would those cremated to ash. Nor those, supposedly, who died later from diseases which we now know to be associated with toxic substance/smoke inhalation.
Around 6-9 people died.

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There are only six recorded deaths in the great fire of london. Fhe fire ended the plague, saving more people's lives then destroying them one of the people killed was Thomas Fariner's maid who attempted to escape but failed.

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554 people died from the 14th to the 15th of November 1940

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it is unknown only 6 deaths have been recorded.

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