A Model Citizenship: Doing Our Part in 1918 and in 2020

2020-12-02T16:03:18-07:00

Armistice Day, 1918. Courtesy of Denver Public Library 102 years ago, a powerful strain of the flu swept the globe, infecting one third of the world’s population. Despite being called the Spanish Flu, is believed to have begun at US Army Camp Funston in Kansas earlier in 1918, and spread across the world via troop [...]

A Model Citizenship: Doing Our Part in 1918 and in 20202020-12-02T16:03:18-07:00

No More War, No More Plague: Denver and the Spanish Flu of 1918

2020-03-30T20:53:20-06:00

Walter Reed Hospital Flu Ward [1910-1920]. Courtesy of Library of Congress It begins with a headache and tiredness followed by a dry, hacking cough. Loss of appetite and stomach problems develop; on the second day, excessive sweating. The symptoms are so severe that it is misdiagnosed at first as cholera, typhoid and dengue. The majority [...]

No More War, No More Plague: Denver and the Spanish Flu of 19182020-03-30T20:53:20-06:00
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