He lost brothers and sisters as well as close friends and fellow actors to the disease”(Alchin). This quote shows how upper class citizen had very little advantage over the plague just like everybody else. The Bubonic Plague had a grip on the Elizabethan time period and even though the upper class had very little advantage to the plague, it was the lower classes huge disadvantage. “Only the wealthy would receive the ministrations of an Elizabethan Physician”(Alchin). The lower class didn't have simple access to seeing a “physician”.
The drastic drop in population, created a dramatically increase in wages, a fall in food supplies, change in medicine, and an undetermined mindset of religion. As food prices began to drop, and the need for food supplies decreased, landowners where finding it more and more difficult to make ends meets. These effects led to an end in the once great manorial system of Europe, and adapted peasants from farmers to the urban life. Doctors treating the disease soon became infected, and killed off most physicians treating this disease. This caused an awakening in the medical field, as physicians where viewed as a failure.
His fatal flaw of lust for Abigail triggered a series of events, which eventually led to his downfall. Proctor’s fatal flaw not only led to his own downfall but also the downfall of others. As previously stated, a tragedy is defined as “a play dealing with tragic events and having an unhappy ending, especially one concerning the downfall of the main character.” The Crucible is a tragedy because of the number of tragic events- namely, the executions of so many people- that take place during the play. For a play to be a tragedy, it must also have a tragic hero- the main character of the story whose fatal flaw causes their own downfall. The tragic hero of The Crucible is John Proctor.
They didn’t give them any food when they were on a monthlong journey and many ended up starving. The Khmer Rouge forced them out of their homes and changed their conditions, which ended in many deaths, they intended to destroy members of the
Muslims and Jews were forced to endure agonizing tortures and penalties when they did nothing wrong. They were either tried, tortured, or dying by the lots, so there was a significant decrease in population Spain. This reflects badly on Spain because it proves that even with these drastic and brutal measures, they were failed leaders who were incapable of managing their country. Spain also became financially drained from their conquests to convert people, and their economy was slowly declining due to a decline in trade and horrid leaders. Spain’s attempt for the prohibition of Enlightenment ideas also caused them to be lacking in technological or educational advancements, showing the unwise decisions of the leaders.
Have you ever just had a bad day maybe you're sick and you just feel miserable all day or you forget your coat at home and end up being really cold all day, or even forget your lunch money and you can't eat for a while. The jews that got put in the ghettos felt worse then that every day of their lives and the worst thing was they had no hope, they couldn't just go to the doctors when they were ill or have options of food everyday. The nazis made their lives miserable and i'm going to tell you how. Many tragic things occurred during world war II, the natzis created jewish ghettos wich affected 3.8 million of the jewish population. More than 400 jewish ghettos were established.
Sobibor was a concentration camp that killed millions of people. The concentration camps would make people work, only eat a little food because they never had enough food for everyone to eat.So when they worked they would lose a lot of energy and eventually die. They would die of starvation or they would die of the gas chamber.There were a lot of people who were being killed and they were shot to death. The sobs or camp killed a lot of people and they shot the Jews for no reason and there were being shot. The nazi would let the People live if they paid the nazi to alive.
Customers died, which means that their debt did not get paid back, so it hurt the financial lenders. Guilds died or lost their craftsmen and could not replace them, so the public was out a lot of specialty services that they needed done. With all of the dying public this means that the demand for goods went down and the supply went up, so there was an oversupply of goods with no one to buy them, therefore, the prices were chopped. Along with all of these aspects of society falling apart, there were many groups in society causing issues. One group, the Flagellants, caused a huge uproar amongst the public.
"The Black Death did not only kill peasants, but every class and social order were decimated" (Barton), according to Judith Barton, even the King’s daughter succumbed to the Plague, not to mention a multitude of Church priests and clergymen. As a consequence, "newer less educated and less devoted men" began to enter the hierarchy of the Church ranks to replace the demised priests and clergymen, which hugely destabilized the Church’s long-existed and fixed structure; Also, the authority
Knighton talked about how over 5,000 Scots passed away in Selkirk Forest while they waited to attack the realm of England. This was because the Black Death had no boundaries. It did not care if a person was an insignificant peasant or a renowned noble, it killed almost everybody that it infected. This caused an enormous number of sick and weak soldiers. The toll of warfare and death threatened the welfare of these nations involved in the war, so the war subsided for a period of time.
There was famine; many died of hunger. They no longer drank good, pure water, but the water they drank was salty.” European records also took note of the famine and despair that they had caused, “We soldiers could scarcely get about the streets because of the Indians who were sick from hunger, pestilence and smallpox.” It was this quarantine of the city, along with the block-by-block destruction of houses that helped lead the Spanish to the capture of the city only three months after the siege
Many of the serfs died, so the remaining ones demanded higher wages. More effects of the plague were, that the lack of customers started to drive down the prices of items in stores, this ended the crusades because all the soldiers had died. It weakened the church’s power because people started to question their faith, and everyone blamed the jews for it. Some long term effects were that wages increased, for there was a shortage in labor and land became more
The reason, because it was supposed to hold 6,000 prisoners. But usually held 12,000. Plus, there was not enough food, so the inmates were fed spoiled meat and potatoes, and the lack of sewers meant piles of waste built up which as a consequence meant health was terrible ("ListVerse"). Smallpox, malaria, and other diseases ran like wildfire. However, because of all of this the prison hospital was overflowing with the sick and disabled.
Households were tear apart when family members died because of the living conditions, which usually lead to a decrease in income. For Riis, it was impossible for a society to prosper considering the living conditions and closeness to death these people
Lack of freedom, war and poor quality of life are few of the many factors that contributed to the Japanese immigration to Canada. For example, women were not allowed to work outside of the home and their their social freedoms, which included the right to vote and play a positive role in the society, were denied. People were also forced to leave their homeland because of the southern war in 1877, which resulted in the death of thousands of innocent civilians. The war also had negative social and financial impacts. For example, they didn’t have enough jobs, people killed each other for food and framers even lost their land that they had been working on for years.