The Spanish Flu (Paperback)
The 1918 H1N1 influenza epidemic, often known as the Spanish Flu, killed more people globally than World War I, which ended the same year.
It infected roughly one-third of the world's population and killed 10% of those who were afflicted. Schools and businesses were forced to shut, hospitals were overburdened, and the sick were forced to congregate in public locations as temporary care centers. Police officers, public transit personnel, and ordinary residents wearing face masks were a frequent - and disturbing - sight. Nonetheless, considering this worldwide epidemic often takes a second seat to World War I and other current events.
This book goes back to that frightening moment when the whole world was terrified.
In This Guide, you'll discover a wide range of subjects, including as:
- 1918: The State of the World
- The Beginning of the Epidemic
- What exactly was the Spanish Flu?
- The aftermath of the Third and Final Wave
- The Strange Aftereffects of the Spanish Flu
And a lot more
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