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The Spanish Flu

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EJ Bellinger

on 28 February 2013

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Interesting Fact #1 Introduction The Spanish Flu affected WWI because it turned into a dangerous disease-Pneumonia! All this together, about 62,000 American troops died. Medicine could not help. Also, being right on top of each other in the trenches made it easy for the disease to spread. It also affected civilians around the world, because many people were suffering from malnutrition after WWI ended. Interesting Fact #2 The first round of the flu was contagious, but the second round was deadly. Interesting Fact #3 The hospitals were getting overwhelmed with people coming in with the influenza. Bibliography "1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic -- The Spanish Flu That Killed Millions in 1918." 20th Century History. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2013.

<http://history1900s.about.com/od/1910s/p/spanishflu.htm>.
"Spanish Flu Pandemic - 1918 - History - Interviews - Aftermath - Worst Disasters -." Popular Mechanics. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2013.

<http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/worst_case_scenarios/4219884.html>.
Willmott, H. (2004). World War I. New York: DK. The Spanish Flu
By: EJ Bellinger Some researchers thought that the flu started in China, but others say that it came from Kansas. The first known soldier to suffer the symptoms was Private Albert Gitchell on March 11, 1918, at Fort Riley, Kansas. But nurses thought it was just a bad cold. After an hour of Gitchell being isolated, several soldiers were diagnosed with the flu. In late August the flu spread to the major ports:

Boston
Brest, France
Sierra Lione The morgues had dead bodies stacked on top of each other. Josie Brown said, " You could never turn around without seeing a big red truck loaded with caskets for the trains so bodies could be sent home. We didn't have the time to treat them." A lady using an oxygen mask A stadium turned into a hospital The flu organism A poster used to be more cautious about the disease The Spanish Flu started in March 1918 and ended in 1919. The flu killed 50,000,000 to 100,000,000 people all over the world. The other names for this disease are, influenza, grippe, and the Spanish Lady. Summary
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