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Podcast 59 - WWI and the Spanish Flu Pandemic - Premium version

September 10, 2018

Sara Cochran joins Jean Wilcox Hibben to discuss the interaction between the Spanish flu pandemic and World War I. 

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Image above from the Library of Congress: "Precautions taken in Seattle, Wash., during the Spanish Influenza Epidemic would not permit anyone to ride on the street cars without wearing a mask. 260,000 of these were made by the Seattle Chapter of the Red Cross which consisted of 120 workers, in three days." ca 1918-1919.

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