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While 1918 found the world at war and in the midst of a pandemic as well the main question was how to deal with a sickness that no one understood Where the outbreak of this sickness first occurred is difficult to determine as it could have begun anywhere However by the time that the raging disease had run its course records show that no country had been spared

Alternative opinions on the 2020 pandemic

Alternative opinions on the 2020 pandemic – a balanced view The arrival of COVID-19 has caused enormous distress and confusion Yet although the worst may now be over many people in the 'truth seeking' world continue to question the official narrative of the pandemic and its causes stimulating a draconian wave of public censorship with severe implications for the future of free speech

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The Spanish Flu Exactly 100 years ago this month the community was preparing to launch a public fund-raising campaign to establish a hospital But the push for a permanent hospital in Waynesboro actually began in earnest two years earlier in 1918 as an influenza pandemic spread across the world

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But however dangerous this virus ends up being it doesn't belong in the same galaxy as Spanish Flu which killed up to 100 million in 1918 which was 5 percent of the earth's population Today's guest is Dr Jeremy Brown director of emergency care at the National Institute of Health and author of Influenza: The 100-Year Hunt to Cure the Deadliest Disease in History

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In light of the novel coronavirus outbreak archived photos of scenes from the Spanish Flu of 1918 have been making their rounds across the internet to show parallels including one widely shared family portrait which includes a pet

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09 06 2020Photos Videos Hirak Rajar Deshe? Protesters Toppling Edward Colston's Statue Reminds Shoojit Sircar of Satyajit Ray Sircar on Monday reacted to a video which showed residents of Bristol protesting against systemic racism by taking down a bronze statue memorial of 17th-century slave trader Edward Colston June 9 2020 9:45 am explore: Buzz Canadian Pilot Tongweis Unique Path to Draw

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How Harvard Handled the 1918 Flu Pandemic Fall semester interrupted a century ago 6 23 20 Research more Research At Home with Harvard: Inequality in America Selections from Harvard Magazine's extensive coverage of wealth and income inequality 6 23 20 Beds were set up for Spanish flu patients outside the Harvard-affiliated Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1918 Photograph courtesy of

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The 1918 Spanish flu killed 675 000 Americans—and our population then was only one Donald Trump Bible in hand posing for photos in an apparent moment of political theater made possible by the dispersal of protesters through the use of tear gas The president's visit to St John's Episcopal Church known as "the Church of the Presidents " came immediately after giving a Rose

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Comparisons have been sought with the 'Spanish flu' pandemic of 1918 but very little appears to be readily accessible regarding that global incident for us to fall back upon and there's no one still alive from that time to ask about it It's little wonder then that so many people are reaching for fictional counterparts – describing our present trans-national urban "Stay at home

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In preparation for a women's work exhibit at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in October 1918 they wrote to the families of women who had died in service and asked for photographs of them so that the exhibit could honour both the living and the dead These wonderful photos remain in the IWM collection to this day and some of the letters still exist too and hint at the massive loss people

Recent books with Harvard connections

Beds were set up for Spanish flu patients outside the Harard-affiliated Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1918 Photograph courtesy of the Brigham and Women's Hospital Archives How Harvard Handled the 1918 Flu Pandemic Fall semester interrupted a century ago 6 23 20 Nancy Coleman Photograph by Michelle Dunham Photography Nancy Coleman Appointed Dean of Continuing Education A new

A Senior Moment

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While 1918 found the world at war and in the midst of a pandemic as well the main question was how to deal with a sickness that no one understood Where the outbreak of this sickness first occurred is difficult to determine as it could have begun anywhere However by the time that the raging disease had run its course records show that no country had been spared

Brooklyn photographer captures neighborhood

It's an unprecedented time in our history the photographer says except for all the vintage 112-year-old photos that are now being posted of the quarantines and masks of the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic that killed tens of millions of people around the world I was just looking at photos of the same New York during the 1918 flu in a New York Times online photo gallery

Alternative opinions on the 2020 pandemic

Alternative opinions on the 2020 pandemic – a balanced view The arrival of COVID-19 has caused enormous distress and confusion Yet although the worst may now be over many people in the 'truth seeking' world continue to question the official narrative of the pandemic and its causes stimulating a draconian wave of public censorship with severe implications for the future of free speech

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Out of interest the 1918 flu pandemic [the Spanish Flu] was an unusually severe and deadly influenza virus that raged into a pandemic that spread across the world The pandemic lasted from June 1917 to December 1920 spreading even to the Arctic and remote Pacific islands [5]

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I'm not sure the media is interested in bolstering the government rhetoric as much as reporting it The media are the messengers remember I respect this guy's view The big thing as far as I'm concerned is that this pandemic isn't yet over And it's not clear we won't have a second wave as occurred during the 1918 Spanish flu

Portraits of War

At the time this TV show was filmed in 1956 Mr J Seymour (1860-1856) had already lived through the Civil War the financial depressions of the late 1800s the Spanish American War the invention of the automobile the invention of flight WWI (he was in his 50s when that happened) the jazz era the Great Depression WWII the nuclear era the beginning Korean War and McCarthyism

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09 06 2020Photos Videos Hirak Rajar Deshe? Protesters Toppling Edward Colston's Statue Reminds Shoojit Sircar of Satyajit Ray Sircar on Monday reacted to a video which showed residents of Bristol protesting against systemic racism by taking down a bronze statue memorial of 17th-century slave trader Edward Colston June 9 2020 9:45 am explore: Buzz Canadian Pilot Tongweis Unique Path to Draw

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