Influenza 1918: The Worst Epidemic in American History

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TV Books, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 238 pages
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The influenza epidemic of 1918 was the worst season of death in American history. Just as American troops were claiming victory in World War I Europe, a silent killer (the Spanish flu) spread across America and the world.

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This book was interesting in spite of itself. Very few people know the scope of the havoc the flu of 1918-1919. In America alone it killed more Americans than were killed in combat in World War I, II ... Read full review

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Foreword
7
Epilogue
219
Selected Bibliography
227
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Iezzoni is an accomplished screenwriter, essayist, and novelist, and a Fellow in creative writing at Stanford Uniiversity.

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