The Spanish Flu Didn’t Kill

The Spanish Flu of 1918. Five hundred million infected, fifty million dead worldwide. Bodies stacked a mile high. One-quarter of the United States population wiped off the map; 675,000 citizens cease to exist. The unknown enemy, in full assault.

1918 Spanish Flu Killed Millions, or Did It?

The Spanish Flu Didn’t Kill by K. Saitta
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