Living with Enza: The Forgotten Story of Britain and the Great Flu Pandemic of 1918

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Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 30, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 237 pages
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Never since the Black Death has such a plague swept over the face of the world, commented the Times, [and] never, perhaps, has a plague been more stoically accepted. When the Great Influenza pandemic finally ended, in April 1919, 228,000 people in Britian alone were dead. This book tells the story of the Great Influenza pandemic.

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MARK HONIGSBAUM is a journalist and author based in London. Specializing in the science and history of disease his work appears in the Guardian, the Observer and the Financial Times. His previous books include The Fever Trail: In Search of the Cure for Malaria, and Valverde's Gold: In Search of the Last Great Inca Treasure, which was the Critics' Choice selection in the Daily Mail.

www.markhonigsbaum.co.uk