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This book review by Arthur F. Duncan, of the Kansas City Star, details the Influenza of 1918, its impact on Fort Riley, and eventually, its rapid spread throughout most of the world. Duncan reports that, according to A.A.Hoehling's book, "The Great Epidemic," the Influenza of 1918 likely started in Fort Riley and Camp Funston before spreading throughout the globe.

Creator: Kansas City Star
Date: March 10, 1961

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Item Number: 217233
Call Number: K355.R45 Clipp. Fort Riley, Vol. 4, 1960-1981, pg. 7-8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 217233

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