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Modern Historians today believe that just over 40% of the population of Britain died during the first outbreak in 1348 - 1350. The Black Death is estimated to have killed 30% to 60% of Europe's population, reducing the world's population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million in 1400.

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There was no census to know what the world population may have been in 1347, but it has been estimated that between 10 and 15% of the population died. In some countries the Death Rate was as high as 40%. In the south of France and Spain some 70% of the population may have perished.

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Nobody made an exact count at the time, but later historians estimate that in Europe, some 40-60% of the population died; so the survival rate also was somewhere between 40 and 60%.

Worldwide, it is estimated that about a third of the world's popiulation died of the black plague or from directly related causes such as famine now that there were too few people left to work the fields .

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It is one of the worst tragedy in the history of mankind. Black death killed almost half population of the Europe. It is estimated that the population of the world was 450 millions at the time of the epidemic. It was reduced to 350 millions at the end of the epidemic.

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about 7162 people died each week in London

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it kill 3million ppl in Europe

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