The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History by John M. Barry
The Great Influenza is a New York Times best-seller written by John Barry. It is the story of the deadliest pandemic in the history which happened in 1918. It narrated the deadly influenza pandemic that has hit the world and lasts for almost 15 months. This disease broke out in an army camp that killed up millions of people during the World War 1 period. In this book, Barry discussed the development and transformation of medicine in the United States. He also explained the state of medicine when the pandemic occurred. Barry also uncovered the story on how influenza spread throughout the world.
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