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Bubonic plague is one of three forms of plague(disease caused by the bacterium yersinia pestis) now known to exist. The others are septicemic and pneumonic. The relative importance of the three in the epidemic that struck 14th century europe is the subject of ongoing debate.

The epidemic as a whole is referred to as the black death. Referring to it as bubonic plague no longer reflects current understanding of the epidemic.

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Since early civilizations were located in river valleys, they provided benefits to many cultures. The river valleys provided the following benefits: provided fish, allowed people to hunt animals as they gathered at the river to drink. As well as providing an excellent source of transportation for both travel and trade.

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Andrew Jackson was the commanding general of the Battle of New Orleans in 1815. Napolean also fought during this time, but in the apty named Napoleanic wars.

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I believe the answer to this should actually be the Black Death. The bubonic plague is actually only part of the Black Death, which consisted of 3 'plagues' that all stemmed from the same bacteria carried by the fleas on the rats that arrived in Europe via the trading ships. Of those three, the bubonic plague was actually the least fatal. The pneumonic plague (very high mortality rate) and the septicaemic plague (almost always fatal) were also instrumental in the high death toll, so I don't think the answer can be just the bubonic plague.
As sources, I am actually working from memory. I'm a teacher and taught this topic to my students last year, though I did do a quick search, and other sites support this view.

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Hitler was born in Austria—then part ofAustria-Hungary—and was raised nearLinz.

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Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria.

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Attila the Hun is the answer to this question. He is known to be the 5th-century king of the Hunnic Empire but in order to get there, he had to kill his brother first. He was truly a king to his people but he is also ruthless and is also known to be quite barbaric. He was able to invade the Roman Empire through his cruel and barbaric ways.

His death is actually quite different from what other people may probably expect. He died when he suddenly suffered from a nosebleed in the middle of the fight. Upon trying to calm it down, he choked to death. His death was cheered and celebrated as he is known to be “The Scourge of God.”

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1914 when Ferdinand was killed 2. Austria in linzts very close to germany

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The correct answer is option B
The Emperor Hadrian ordered his soldiers to construct a massive Roman Wall across Northern Britain (Roman Britain) to separate it from Scotland in A. D 122. He was a ruler that determined to consolidate the Roman Empire’s borders.

The wall was built to keep out the undefeated people of Scotland. It was made from turf which ran from Wallsend in the east to Bowness on the Solway Firth. It was 80 Roman miles (73.5 modern miles or 117 kilometers) long.

The Hardian wall was the northern border of the Roman Empire. It took about 14 years to complete the construction of the wall. It is now an important and an attractive tourist center in North England.

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