1918 saw the last year of the Great War, but though the combat took place in Europe, America found itself fighting another war: a battle against a mysterious disease known as the flu. A year and 675,000 deaths later, the virulent strain disappeared as suddenly as it appeared, leaving a nation clamoring for health care and experts pondering the possibility of the devastating illness' return. Produced for PBS'S THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE series.
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