Cultural Geography

Dealing With Hazards

How widespread was the influenza pandemic of 1918

In 1918, a deadly flu spread quickly around the world. Within just two years, this influenza pandemic had sickened over a billion people and killed more than 21 million. Half a million people died in the United States alone.


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