HISTORY

The Most Deadly Disease In History: The Bubonic Plague That Killed Around 200 Million People

This disease is still around — but don’t worry about it

Citizens of Tournai bury plague victims

Pandemic, probably the most written word of the past year. This word has taken over our lives, but how has history dealt with pandemics? What was the most deadly disease that ever…

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Bryan Dijkhuizen

Bryan Dijkhuizen

Writing about Travel, Self Development, History and Politics | Featured in Start It Up, Mind Café, Better Humans & Better Marketing

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