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In some places, particularly in the cities, water could be contaminated. There were regular outbreaks of Cholera in the early Victorian period. Then in 1855, a breakthrough occurred when London doctor, John Snow, showed that cholera was carried in water by tracing a number of infections to a single water source.

29th Dec 2008 by Diane Earl


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