The plague of the Spanish lady: the influenza pandemic of 1918-1919

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Atheneum, 1974 - Medical - 376 pages
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This book magically appeared in my collection, and I have no idea where it came from. But, I decide to read it, since it apparently chose me. It was a very comprehensive and personal account of the Spanish Influenza. It was a pretty interesting read. Read full review

Contents

My Friends This is the First
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Now its Five a Day
21
Are We Going to be Wiped Out?
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Richard Collier was born in London, England. At eighteen he joined the R.A.F. &, as a services war correspondent, traveled all over the Far East. He has contributed to many American & English magazines & has penned more than half a dozen books on World War II.

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