The 1918-19 influenza pandemic was truly a nightmare disease, a great natural event in the early days of the twentieth century. Historians report that it was the most devastating infectious disease outbreak since the plague swept Europe and Asia in the fourteenth century. The official mortality estimates of the 1918 flu continue to rise as investigators find new data. Based on recent historical epidemiology, the global deaths from the pandemic were between 50 and 100 million.
Title: Collaboration Across the Pond: Influenza Virus Research, Interwar United States and Britain
Publication date 2014-01-01
Publication Year 2014
Rockefeller Archive Center
North America / United States
, Europe (Northern) / United Kingdom / England
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