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Population loss due to plague in select cities in the Great Northern War 1709-1713

Estimated population loss in select European cities during the peak years of the Great Northern War plague epidemic from 1709 to 1713

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Release date

May 2020


Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Poland, Sweden

Survey time period

1709 to 1713

Supplementary notes

Population estimates for these cities are as follows:
Pärnu: 1,700
Riga: 10,500
Tallinn: 10,000
Gdansk: 50,000
Stockholm: 55,000
Malmö: 5,000
Stralsund: 7,000
Visby/Gotland: 2,500
Copenhagen: 60,000
Königsberg: 35,000
Szczecin: 11,000
Hamburg: 70,000
Stargard/Pomerania: 7,000

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