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It's important for me to say that because I'd hate for anyone to ignore this, thinking that were true.
I recall that Charlie Chaplin's sweetheart died in a flu epidemic in Britain, but I didn't know the problem started in the United States.
I recommend this for people studying American history, the history of medicine in general; and documentaries about the human experience.
Great and timely information for any level from middle school to college or for homePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent documentary on the flu pandemic of 1918; Sad but an excellent documentaryPublished 4 months ago by Oral Carter
Probably no other historical event occurred in the United States that been forgotten in time as the plague of influenza that struck first in the U.S. and then Europe in 1918. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet Chandler
As with most of the documentaries in this PBS series, it is very high quality. I understand that it's called "The American Experience," but still, it seemed really limited... Read morePublished 5 months ago by David S.
A good documentary for someone interested in this, but a little slow for students.Published 5 months ago by Jim
Incorporates many first-hand interviews with survivors. Also includes interviews with scientific authorities on the origins and attributes of the 1918 strain.Published 6 months ago by A Reed
I used this in a 9th grade history class. We were studying the Justinian Plague and the Black Plague and I used this to help them understand just what it was really like to be in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Catherin W Cunningham