The plague traversed primarily through ships. When a new ship entered a port town it would bring the plague with it and spread from there. By the time it reached Poland it was three years later and it had already burned out and mutated. Also there was a low population density and news had traveled about the sickness so the people that were there knew about letting in outsiders.
The path that is accepted today by scholars is that it came from Mongolia steps and traversed along the water ways. Traveling from the East downwards following the coast and across to the West upward North bound.
A lot of areas didn't get it, if you overlap a map of drinking alcohol to those that didn't it's a huge correlation. The black death was a bacteria so having enough alcohol in your blood would kill it.
I've come to believe that Poles are the best Europeans. They exist against all odds, they're basically the only Europeans left who still fight against evil, they're just the most righteous country on a continent of godless globohomo zombies.
These responses are dumb, Poland was one of the first countries with clean standards such as washing your hands. Countries back then used to toss their garbage in the streets and shit in them, poland did now. Because they practiced basic hygiene, they avoided the plague. They were also a primarily peaceful empire and thought diplomacy would resolve the crusades. It did not & Lithuania hates them for it.
black plague is a cliche and never happened. just because (((they))) wrote it in some faggot history book doesn't mean it was true.
the whole world is only about 1500 years old. there are proofs for it. in so called 14th century there were not many people around and everyone was living on breeding farms where they were bred for future use when the time to create "nations" would come.
Because no one bothered going there. People in continental Europe were still complaining about the difficulties of reaching the Polish court in the late 18th century. Poland had few real roads and its population was scattered. Poland's landscape was much more difficult to traverse than the rest of Europe, save the Balkans which were at a major thoroughfare with the Islamic world.
Some historians give other reasons, but I think this is the most likely.
Trade routes. Poland is more less surrounded by mountains you don't just cross because you want to and countries that you don't really travel though for no good reasons. Everywhere else is connected by sea trade but ol Poland there is right dead centre of nowhere important between someplace and somewhere else. People think Germany, Italy, Denmark is more or less the European mid point but its actually Poland.
Black death was in fact a radiation poisioning caused by huge solar flare during that time. That part of europe is rich with rare earth metals that in large quantities developed its own magnetosphere shielding this area from cosmic radiation.
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