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The Influenza Pandemic of 1918
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February 1918: Some people traveled from Haskell to Funston.
March 4: The Funston camp hospital started recieving infected soldiers
March 18: Influenza had spread between military camps. The sickness was now present in Georgia.
April 1918: First large scale outbreak in Europe in Brest, France
April 10: First apperance of Influenza in French Army
Late April 1918: Influenza struck Paris and Italy / Intense outbreaks occurred in the field with German troops
Mid-April 1918: The sickness broke out in the British Military
June 1918: Influenza struck England
May 1918: Influenza reached Spain, Portugal, Greece
June/July 1918: The amount of deaths due to Influenza in England, Scotland, Wales were at a major high
June 1918: An Influenza epidemic swept over Germany
July 1918: The sickness reached Denmark and Norway
August 1918: People in Holland and Sweden began suffering from Influenza
May 29: Influenza reached Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Rangoon / Shanghai was reached
September 1918: The flu reached New Zealand and Australia
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