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The ‘Spanish’ influenza pandemic and its relation to World War I

A world-wide epidemic caused by influenza viruses led to between 50 and 100 million deaths in 1918 and 1919 (as much as one in every 18 people). Because neutral Spain was not censoring news, it became ... read more

The centenary of the “Spanish Flu”—Lessons for today

Erkoreka, A., Origins of the Spanish Influenza Pandemic (1918-1920) and its relation to the First World War, Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, 2009. Ansart, S., Valleron, A., Mortality Burden ... read more

The long shadow of war: 100 years later, the First World War continues to haunt us

There were no blackened battlefields, no smouldering craters or devastated cities reduced to rubble, but the Spanish flu was almost as deadly as the First World War ... their wounds, the pandemic or r... read more

Bar Fights, Lawsuits and the Flu Pandemic: The War Between Henry Ford and the Dodge Brothers

The Dodge brand had a reputation for durability, which led to Dodge becoming the official truck of the U.S. during World War I ... we now know the Spanish Flu by its proper scientific name ... read more

Mark James Miller: World War I and the Central Coast

Along with the war came the worst pandemic since the Black Plague of the 14th century. Spanish flu claimed at least 50 million lives worldwide, and the Central Coast was not spared its ravages. read more

100th Anniversary of World War I Armistice: When the U of A Answered the Call to the Colors

At its raising ... Fully a third of the world's population had been infected with the deadliest pandemic in modern history, and in one year, it had taken more lives than all of World War I. Still reel... read more

100 years ago, the Spanish flu killed millions. Could it happen again?

The First World War was one of the deadliest conflicts in human history. But not as deadly as the flu. The Spanish flu, which reached its peak in the fall of 1918 ... scientists are once again looking ... read more

The Flu Pandemic of 1918, As Reported in 1918

The 1918-1919 influenza pandemic killed more people than combat did in the First World War. Maybe a lot more ... and regarded with fear because of its frequently treacherously character, ‘Spanish’ inf... read more

World War One’s role in the worst ever flu pandemic

The great influenza pandemic of 1918-19, often called the Spanish ... with the war for nine months and persisting in its aftermath as people travelled back to their homes. Indeed, the war played a maj... read more

1918: World War ends, but influenza battle continues on

The World War and the Spanish ... because of its other adversary, the flu. No victory parade was held in Pueblo. Instead, whistles at factories across the city were blown. The muted celebration reflec... read more

When the flu wiped out millions

(CNN) -- Before Ebola, there was the flu -- the Spanish flu of 1918 ... and healthy came into a world which, paradoxically, had marshaled many of its young healthy citizens for military purposes. So t... read more
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