The disease killed an estimated 400000 europeans annually during the 19th century and one third of all the blindness of that time was caused by smallpox 20 to 60 of all the people that were infected died and 80 of all the children with the infection also died. Disease in london 1st 19th centuries an illustrated guide to diagnosis 2012 don walker 2800 this book is designed to appeal to students and practitioners of osteology and paleopathology medical historians and forensic archaeologists it can be used as a reference guide in the field and the laboratory human health affects all aspects . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. In the 19th century the east end became associated poverty and criminality people living in the east end which were already subject to terrible living conditions were made even worse by the obscene amount of overcrowding in the slums all these factors made east london a breeding ground for disease and disparity. While the city grew wealthy as britains holdings expanded 19th century london was also a city of poverty where millions lived in overcrowded and unsanitary slums life for the poor was immortalized by charles dickens in such novels as oliver twist one of the most famous events of 19th century london was the great exhibition of 1851
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