The trials of the Salem Witch took place in colonial Massachusetts between the February of 1692 and May of 1693. During this time, there were more than two-hundred people accused of witchcraft. Out of the two-hundred accused people, thirty were found guilty. Out of these thirty, about nineteen were hanged. Other than this, countless people were injured. The topics that the students can study related to the trials of the Salem Witch are mentioned below;
Provide a comparison between the trials that took place in France and Germany in the 14th and 15th centuries, respectively.
The Salem Witch trials were one of the most tragic events that took place in our history. We should learn about the reason due to which these trials took place in the first place. Afterwards, we should try and avoid repeating all those reasons so that such atrocity never happens again.
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