“Plague, Progress, and Prevention: 100 Years after the ‘Spanish’ Flu Changed the World” Video Gallery
About the Series
100 years ago, a deadly strain of the flu devastated the world killing more people than World War I and World War II combined. The global impacts of this modern plague reached into every facet of our society. Join us in a series of events at TCNJ marking 100 years since this pandemic and exploring the science and interdisciplinary impacts of the 1918 influenza pandemic, the widespread effects of this disease, and ways we can protect against a similar outbreak today.
This gallery contains oral histories recorded with for the Plague, Progress, and Prevention” event series. We invite you to listen to their stories.