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The first outbreak of the bubonic plaguring in Europe
The first outbreak of plague swept across England in 1348-49 is Black death. [ It seems to have travelled across the south in bubonic form during the summer months of 1348, before mutating into the even more frightening pneumonic form with the onset of winter. ]
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Weegy: The first outbreak of plague swept across England in 1348-49 is Black death. [ It seems to have travelled across the south in bubonic form during the summer months of 1348, before mutating into the even more frightening pneumonic form with the onset of winter. ]
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