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How Europe Recovered from the Black Death – Recovery Podcast Series - Part 1

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The Bubonic Plague hit Europe in the 1340’s causing a third to a half of the population to die! This article talks of repercussions of the plague for those who survived including PTSD to say the least. Featuring Mark Bailey, Adrian Bell and Eleanor Russell. Read the full article here.

Professor Adrian Bell

Research Dean, Prosperity and Resilience
Published 16 July 2020
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