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Where Did Spanish Flu Originate?

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There are three theories on where Spanish Flu started. NPR’s ThroughLine explains them all.
Where Did Spanish Flu Originate?

Throughline

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The 1918 Flu Was Barely Mentioned in the US Newspapers

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The 1918 flu was five times deadlier than World War 1. But as Radiolab points out, it was hardly mentioned in the newspapers.
The 1918 Flu Was Barely Mentioned in the US Newspapers

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

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How San Francisco Caused a Second Wave of Spanish Flu

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People in San Francisco were thrilled in 1917 when the law requiring masks ended. But their celebration led to things getting much worse. From the Pessimists Archive podcast.
How San Francisco Caused a Second Wave of Spanish Flu

Build For Tomorrow

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“Our Great Great Uncle Survived WW1 but Died of Spanish Flu”

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These two young children tell the heartbreaking story of how their Uncle survived the Great War, but succumbed to Spanish Flu. From the History Storytime podcast.
“Our Great Great Uncle Survived WW1 but Died of Spanish Flu”

History Storytime - For Kids

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How New York Dealt with the 1918 Flu Outbreak

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New York’s Health Commissioner made some very brave calls to control flu in 1918. Here’s what he did. From the Today in Focus podcast.
How New York Dealt with the 1918 Flu Outbreak

Today in Focus

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How Hollywood Made It Through the 1918 Flu Pandemic

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Hollywood survived the 1918 flu pandemic. Here’s what we can learn to save the movie industry this time around. From the Little Gold Men podcast.
How Hollywood Made It Through the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Little Gold Men by Vanity Fair

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Spanish Flu Did Not Come from Spain

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This is the origin of Spanish Flu... and it did not come from Spain. From the Science Diction podcast.
Spanish Flu Did Not Come from Spain

Science Diction

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Why Was the 1918 Flu Pandemic So Deadly?

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Over 50 million people died from the 1918 flu pandemic. This is what made it so deadly. From the World vs Virus podcast.
Why Was the 1918 Flu Pandemic So Deadly?

Radio Davos

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