please describe the probable causes and effects of the flu epidemic of 1918-1919
The 1918-1919 Epidemic Of The Flu,And The Black Plague Epidemic.
Trick question -- The Stanley Cup was not awarded in 1919 because of a flu epidemic.
It was because there was a worldwide epidemic of the spanish flu.
The influenza epidemic.
April 13, 1919
You have coined a new word! Congratulations! "Epicdemic" must be an epidemic of epic proportions, I guess. Notable epidemics include the Black Death (the Bubonic Plague epidemic in fourteenth century Europe) or the Spanish 'flu epidemic in 1919.
In 1919 because of an influenza epidemic, andin 2005 because of the NHL Lockout.
April 13, 1919
it killed about 20 million people worldwide
Around the year of 1919, peoples imune systems got stonger and the flu left
Yellow fever is one of the many dangerous epidemics that have struck the world in the past. It occurred in 1793.
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The plague, or Black Death, was an epidemic that occurred in the 1300s. It spread from China to Europe, eventually moving into Great Britain in 1348.
It should be 1914 - 1918 these are the years in which it occurred. If you have seen 1914 - 1919 someone has made an mistake.
In 1914, the influenza epidemic that ended with the Pandemic of 1918 first started in Europe with episodes of purulent bronchitis. By the end of the Pandemic in 1919, approximately 50 million people died from either the purulent bronchitis or the actual influenza.
Racial violence occurred in cities.
The spanish Flu epidemic killing thousands and organised crime with ganglords like Squizzy Taylor starting to become serious
No there is not an epidemic of epilepsy.
Approximately 675,000 Americans died of influenza in the two waves of the flu between 1918 and 1919.
The red scare