The Relationship Between World War I And The Influenza

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World war I and the influenza were directly related to one another, but the intensity of such wasn’t fully recognized, furthermore being censored by the press to protect popular support for the war, and excluding the relationship between war mobilization provided the means for which the virus could travel while also creating conditions that allotted for the virus to evolve into several hard hitting waves; at the same time, influenza influenced war structure and aftermath as it swept through camps War mobilization provided an extensive network to transport the virus across camps and countries within the exchange of people and resources; which was found hard to contain as the war effort overshadowed the needs and health of the individual.
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