THE SPANISH FLU EPIDEMIC AND ITS INFLUENCE ON HISTORY
Examines the reality of the Spanish flu, which claimed the lives of around 100 million people globally between 1918 and 1920. Often over shadowed by the tragedy of World War I, this account walks us through the lives of some of the victims, and discusses the science behind the disease. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 1975315
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