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Fun Fact: Why it was Called Spanish Flu

Spanish influenza

Spanish flu broke out during World War I. To improve morale, censors restricted the press on reporting on the disease in most countries. Neutral Spain was free to report and made a false impression that Spain had been hit harder than other countries.

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