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The 1918 Spanish Flu – The Search For The Virus – Part 3 of 3

09/09/2021

Did we learn anything from this? Or did we just not take any notice?

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The 1918 Flu killed more people than both World Wars, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War combined—so why don’t we talk about it more? This deadly disease took nearly 700,000 American lives and an estimated 50 million total. Break out your map and track this viral spread from Kansas to Europe and back.

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  1. 09/09/2021 08:45

    Yes I work in assisted living so I have interesting conversations with the elderly about pandemics. Their parents lived through the Spanish flu and I had one resident born during. It was devastating some lost their friends and family. I’ve been a caregiver for years I’ve heard so many stories

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