\"Comparing Wars\" (March 17, 2003) by Darrell M. West"Comparing Wars" (March 17, 2003) by Darrell M. West
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Why was the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) so devastating to European society? Historical ContextWhy was the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) so devastating to European society? Historical Context
Once the swelling appeared, an infected person was usually dead within a week. Another even more virulent form attacked the respiratory system and was spread by breathing the exhaled air of a victim. Once a person was infected
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Science, Research and Adventure: Austrians in the PacificScience, Research and Adventure: Austrians in the Pacific
Triest asked protection from Austria against the dominating nearby cities Venecia and Aquilea; this access – which included a naval harbor in Pola (Pula)
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Historical ContextHistorical Context
Because people had no defense against the disease and no understanding of how it spread, it brought panic as well as illness and death
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Trench Warfare on the Western FrontTrench Warfare on the Western Front
Nevertheless, the realities of trench warfare do seem to capture an essential truth about the war. Trench warfare is a vivid symbol of how this industrial war stripped soldiers of a sense of agency or humanity and instead mocked any concept of individual heroism
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