Disease and Its Impact on Modern European History
|Author: ||Knapp, Vincent|
A study of the outbreak of seven major diseases _ plague, syphilis, smallpox, typhus, cholera, tuberculosis, and influenza _ on the European continent, as well as the social and philosophical impact of these diseases.
"Dr. Knapp is a trained historian who took the trouble to go deep into microbiology so as to write this fascinating survey history of modern Europe's experience with bacterial disease. . . . it is exciting reading, and the material is absolutely essential to an understanding of modern European history." - William O. McCagg, Jr.