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The Spanish flu began during WWI and lasted from 1918 to 1919. It was the deadliest pandemic in modern history. It first affected people in Europe, the US, and parts of Asia and quickly spread worldwide, reaching even to remote Alaskan villages and to the most remote islands of the Pacific.How did the Spanish flu die out?
In comparison to a more typical case of the flu, which kills 0.1% of those infected, the Spanish flu killed between 2-20% of sufferers. The primary cause of death was from a secondary infection of the lungs, bacterial pneumonia. The secondary cause of death was from the virus itself, which caused massive hemorrhages and edema in the lungs.What year did the Spanish flu end?
The Spanish Flu Pandemic lasted for just over one year and ended in the summer of 1919. 1918 Spanish Flu. Woodrow Wilson was the 28th American President who served in office from March 4, 1913 to March 4, 1921.