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All About: The Great Plague 1665
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From Ebola to bird flu, nothing is as scary as a deadly disease that could wipe out millions of people. Such as the Great Plague outbreak of 1665 – so deadly it killed almost a quarter of Europe’s population. Find out how rats spread the disease, how spooky plague doctors tried to cure it, and how red crosses were painted on victims’ houses. In particular, you’ll see how London was struck hard by the terrible outbreak. Packed with maps, photos, quotes and diagrams, this fascinating book is a complete quick overview of the Great Plague.
- Ideal for Key Stage 2 history and school project work
- Includes a timeline, glossary, contemporary paintings and photos of real plague artefacts
- ‘Then and now’ section full of interesting comparisons
July 2nd, 2015
- 48 pages
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