By Richard Poulden | Wednesday 4 March 2020
In early 1918 in Haskell County, Kansas, a country doctor named Dr Loring Miner reported to the US Public Health Service that he thought he had found a new kind of flu. It appeared to attack young healthy males and could kill in three days. Initially nobody took much notice but based in Kansas was one of the largest recruiting and training stations for troops headed to the Western front: Fort Riley.
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