What led to The Great Ireland Famine between 1845 and 1852?

disease of corn
disease of wheat
disease of potato
disease of cattle
Although blight ravaged potato crops through­out Europe during the 1840s, the impact and human cost in Ireland was sig­nif­i­cant­ly larger than else­where. Due to the great poverty, the vast majority of the pop­u­la­tion sufficed with a diet of potatoes and dairy.

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disease of corn
disease of wheat
disease of potato
disease of cattle
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flagRepublic of Ireland
0%
3%
93%
3%
33
flagSpain
0%
4%
86%
8%
23
flagCanada
16%
0%
83%
0%
12
flagthe United States
4%
8%
74%
10%
273
flagSwitzerland
10%
20%
70%
0%
10
flagAustria
0%
9%
63%
27%
11
flagItaly
0%
25%
62%
12%
16
flagGermany
7%
12%
60%
18%
120
flagFrance
0%
13%
60%
21%
23
flagthe United Kingdom
5%
12%
59%
21%
399
flagLithuania
5%
11%
58%
17%
17
flagthe Netherlands
3%
11%
57%
26%
26
flagPoland
6%
15%
56%
20%
9754
flagRussia
6%
25%
56%
6%
16
flagNorway
0%
40%
53%
6%
15
flagIndia
8%
22%
51%
17%
35
flagSweden
7%
7%
50%
35%
14
flagAustralia
16%
16%
50%
16%
12

Gender

men58%
women51%
disease of corn
6%
8%
disease of wheat
17%
17%
disease of potato
58%
51%
disease of cattle
16%
23%

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