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- 18.05.2012 - 20:10
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Infant mortality rates in Britain before 1900 were about 50% - that is half of live births resulted in a death within a year or so. This figure did not materially improve until after the first World War ie after the 1920s. Curiously, the plagues which killed more than a third of adults had little effect on child mortality.
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