Spanish Flu Pandemic Begins (1918)
One of the most devastating pandemics in human history, the Spanish flu was first observed at Fort Riley, Kansas, which was home to some of the tens of thousands of soldiers waiting to be deployed to Europe for combat in World War I. It came to be known as the Spanish flu after spreading to Spain, but its reach was global. Estimates vary, but at least 20 million people died from the pandemic. What was the only sizable, inhabited place in the world that had no documented outbreak?More… Discuss
- Lives saved by Homeopathy in Epidemics and Pandemics (drnancymalik.wordpress.com)
- The virus that nearly killed me (bbc.co.uk)
- Bioterrorism and the Pandemic Potential (wallstreetpit.com)
- “The Virus Planet” — Earth’s Invisible World Would Reach Out 100-Million Light Years (Weekend Feature) (dailygalaxy.com)
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