Spanish Flu 1918-1919

March 11, 1918 Fort Riley, Kansas An Army private reports to the camp hospital just before breakfast complaining of fever, sore throat, and headache. By noon, the camp's hospital had dealt with over 100 ill soldiers. By week's end that number jumped to 500.
May, 1918 Spain 8,000,000 killed
August 27, 1918 Commonwealth Pier, Boston Sixty sailors were sick, the hospital was was overwhelmed and 50 cases had to be transferred to Chelsea Naval Hospital.
October 2, 1918 Boston Two-hundred two dead, the city canceled its Liberty Bond parades and sporting events. Churches were closed and the stock market was put on half-days.
1918 USA 2
1918-1919 USA 2
1918-1919 Global 30-40,000,000 died