Smallpox originated in "the Old World" (Eurasia and) and was brought to "the New World" (the Americas) by Europeans.
So, basically, no. US troops didn't "bring smallpox to" because it was already there.
It can strike ANYWHERE, but manly before it was announced that the world was free of smallpox it was in India,China,And Europe
Because the last case of smallpox in the world was during the year of 1977
An exact figure of how many people contracted smallpox worldwide and even in Manchuria where biological warfare was used by the Japanese and supposedly the Russians used is unavailable. Smallpox had been mostly eradicated in Europe and the North America before World War 2.
any thing from live stock to illness was brought to the new world(america) including smallpox and other ilnesses. livestock like horses and sheep were brought form europe.
There are no cases of smallpox anywhere in the world. Smallpox vaccinations throughout the world eliminated the disease. The last known case of smallpox was in Somalia in 1977.
Europe did not surrender during WW2.
The American troups were called doughboys in World War I.
Why did the war during world war 1 in Europe becomes stalemate
No. The World Health Organisation declared the entire world free of smallpox in 1979.
25,000 people came back from world war 1
Smallpox has been declared eradicated in 1980 by the World Health Organization (WHO).
smallpox, cold, cancer, yellow fever, and AIDS
Europe is a collection of separate countries. There was no Prime Minister of Europe. The nearest that Europe got to having a single leader during World War 2 was Adolf Hitler who was ultimately the leader of all of occupied Europe.
Eisenhower commanded the allied forces in Europe during WWII.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the commander of the Allies in Europe during the time of World War II
How did Russian Revolution contribute to instability in Europe during and after World War 1?The Russian Revolution contribute when
EUROPE NEEDED AMERICA.
Globally across the world, yes. Although, there could still be smallpox virus but frozen somewhere across the world.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the commander of forces in Europe during WWII
The Columbian Exchange introduced important foods, such as potatoes, tomatoes, and chocolate, to Europe. It also introduced diseases such as smallpox to the New World.
At the time of the Holocaust much of Europe was fighting World War 2.
112,000 died in Europe
The World Health Organization certified the eradication of smallpox in 1979. Earlier during the 20th century smallpox claimed the lives up up to half a billion people. Since the only smallpox virus samples left remain in US and Russian bioweapon laboratories, the answer is no, global warming has no impact on smallpox. However, were weaponized strains to be released, the warmer temperatures would help accelerate the spread of the disease.
In 1967 the World Health Organization (WHO) started a worldwide campaign to eradicate smallpox. This goal was accomplished in 10 years due in a large part to massive vaccination efforts. The last endemic case of smallpox occurred in Somalia in 1977. On May 8, 1980, the World Health Assembly declared the world free of smallpox.
World Health Assembly on 8 May 1980 declared that smallpox it is eradicated.However smallpox can be founded in some scientific labs in USA or Russia.