The Aftermath of the Black Death and the Aftermath of the Great War

The Aftermath of the Black Death and the Aftermath of the Great War

Book - 1921
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This fascinating article draws parallels to the world in Europe after the Black Death of 1348-49 and that of post World War I Europe, when a huge amount of people also died. He discusses elements like economic chaos, social unrest, frenetic gaiety, wild expenditure, luxury, debauchery, social and religious hysteria, greed and more as aspects affecting the general populace after the War—all elements that also ruled in the days during and after the Black Death. 
Publisher: [s.l.] : [s.n.], 1921.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (8 p.)

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