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. . If COVID-19 has been a 100-year-old plague, the last great American pandemic, in 1918, should contain lessons for us today.
. . When I write this on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, I think that other than politics, we have to be very grateful. This is true, although as of today the
. . In 1918, Thanksgiving came near the end of the second and deadliest of the three national flu waves.
. . The Spanish flu emerged against the devastating backdrop of the First World War, which was a fertile breeding ground for disease.
. . "The headlines in the US said things like 'vaccine trials are underway, stay home for Thanksgiving'. . . . “Cities are blocked, mask orders available. ’”
Gauche environ 17 millions de tonnes de surplus de munitions abandonnées après la guerre 14-18 Décodage Daniel Hubei, Ingénieur Environnement (BRGM)
"Ils n'ont pas eu le temps de vieillir!" C'est ainsi qu'est né le livret de 50 pages de Jean-Claude Massard Les Amis du Vieux Bouthéon, qui a récemment produit 42 personnes des deux pays décédées pendant la...
«Ils n'ont pas eu le temps de vieillir!» Ainsi était le livret de 50 pages récemment produit par Jean-Claude Massard, des
An unusually bad weather season may have had a significant impact on the death toll from World War I and the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic, new research shows, with many more lives lost due to torrential rains and heavy rain. falling temperature
An unusually bad season may have had a significant impact on the death toll from WWI and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic