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The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919

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Howard Philips and David Killingray IntroductionPart I: Virological and Pathological Perspectives1. Edwin D. Kilbourne A Virologist's Perspective on the 1918-1919 Pandemic2. Jeffery K. Taubenberger Genetic Characterisation of the 1918 'Spanish' Influenza VirusPart II: Contemporary Medical and Nursing Perspectives3. Wilfried Witte The Plague That was Not Allowed to Happen: German Medicine and the Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919 in Baden4. Nancy K. Bristow 'You Can't Do Anything for Influenza': Doctors, Nurses and the Power of Gender During the Influenza Epidemic in the United StatesPart III: Official Responses to the Pandemic5. Geoffrey W. Rice Japan and New Zealand in the 1918 Influenza Pandemic: Comparative Perspectives on Offical Responses and Crisis Management6. Mridula Ramanna Coping with the Pandemic: The Bombay ExperiencePart IV: The Demographic Impact7. Wataru Iijima Spanish Influenza in China, 1918-19208. Kevin McCracken and Peter Curson Flu Downunder: A Demographic and Geographic Analysis of the 1919 Pandemic in Sydney, Australia9. N. P. A. S. Johnson The Overshadowed Killer: Influenza in Britain in 1918-191910. D. Ann Herring and Lisa Sattenspiel Death in Winter: Spanish Flu in the Canadian Subarctic11. Beatriz Echeverri Spanish Influenza seen from Spain12. Patrick Zylberman A Holocaust in a Holocaust: The Great War and the 1918 'Spanish' Influenza Epidemic in France13. Andrew Noymer and Michel Garenne Long-Term Effects of the 1918 'Spanish' Influenza Epidemic on Sex Differentials of Mortality in the USA: Exploratory Findings from Historical DataPart V: Long-Term Consequences and Memories14. James G. Ellison 'A Fierce Hunger': Tracing Impacts of the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic in Southwest Tanzania15. Myron Echenberg 'The Dog that Did Not Bark': Memory and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic in SenegalPart VI: Epidemiological Lessons of the Pandemic16. Stephen C. Schoenbaum Tranmission of and Protections against Influenza: Epidemiological Observations Beginning with the 1918 Pandemic and the Implications

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