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When World War I And The Spanish Flu Turned Fort Mchenry Into One Of The Countrys Largest Hospitals | AutoTraffic
When World War I and the Spanish flu turned Fort McHenry into one of the country's largest hospitals
Beginning around America’s entry into World War I in 1917, the 40-plus acres surrounding the star-shaped fort had been turned into one of the country’s largest hospitals ... but rather of the 1918 ... read more
World War I may have Allowed the Emergence of Spanish Influenza
The World ... World War, many young people were travelling around the world to fields of battle, and home again to their families. ... ... The first recorded case of "Spanish" flu in fact came to ... read more
Insight: VA Payouts for Wrongful Deaths / The Greeks Road On The Road To WWI / Sound Advice
“The Greeks on the Road to World War I”. The exhibit will highlight the parallel journey of the Greeks both in the United States and Greece as their respective countries enter the war. Beginning with ... read more
Smallpox: The Once and Future Scourge?
Flat and red at first, the pox over two weeks or so turn into small blisters and fill with pus, after which scabs form. Sometimes the entire rash becomes bloody. In its early stages, the disease is ... read more
Can We Outsmart Swine Flu?
His passing is noteworthy less because of his age than his history: A former machine-gunner assistant for the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Patch was the last living British Army veteran from the ... read more
World Due For Flu 'Big One?'
Many Americans haven't experienced the overwhelming crush of patients at hospitals and doctors' offices and the widespread fear a flu pandemic could bring. And by historical pattern, Poland said it's ... read more
Fear and Loathing in Tampa: Your Gonzo Guide to the Republican National Convention
As a young lawyer in Texas, he turned a $125,000 investment in two hospitals into a massive health-care empire ... were perfectly legit citizens — including one guy who had survived combat in World ... read more
A Northwest professor looks at a forgotten American pandemic
Crosscut writer Robin Lindley talks with University of Puget Sound professor Nancy Bristow about the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic ... first. One aspect of the local epidemic is the presence of Fort Lewis ... read more
Mosquitos: A Viable 21st-Century Soft Power Tool – Analysis
1 Frederick Cuny, a world-class humanitarian specialist who led many projects in the largest conflicts of the late 20th century until his forced disappearance in the Chechen war of ... causes a ... read more
Retro Baltimore - Baltimore Sun
The recent death of Sylvia Chase, a pioneering ABC female news broadcaster in the 1960s, recalls an era when such reporters as Lesley Stahl, Connie Chung, Judy Woodruff, Andrea Mitchell, and Baltimore ... read more
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Can We Outsmart Swine Flu?
That without World War I, H1N1 would have never reached such apocalyptic proportions. In other words, they blame a set of circumstances that, at least on the surface, is eerily similar to the one we ... read more
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