A century ago, the war to end war came to an end. At the same time, Russia endured a vicious civil war, and the flu killed more people than all the battlefields of World War I.
The Spanish Flu Killed More Than 50 Million People, but We’re Only Now Beginning to Recognize How Devastating It Was
by Laura Spinney
This is why that is.
Model also links avian influenza strains to deadly horse flu.
Humphries writes that victims of a mysterious respiratory disease that broke out in northern China in November 1917.
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