The Spanish flu killed between 17 and 18 million Indians, more than all the deaths in World War One. More women – mostly malnourished holed-up up in dirty and ill-ventilated dwellings died, while the men nursing them also became the victims. The Spanish flu is first believed to have affected the World War I soldiers … Continue reading In Times Of Covid-19, What Can India Learn From The Spanish Flu That Killed 18 Million Indians?
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