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December 22, 2005
The Next Global Epidemic—When?
The Spanish flu killed more people than any other infectious disease in history. “Each year,” one authority says, “brings us closer to the next pandemic.” Learn why we might expect such a global epidemic.
Read about the faith of one who suffered for refusing to fight the Soviets during World War II and was later nearly worked to death by them in a slave-labor camp.
In 1936 a monument was constructed on what was determined by French scientists to be the equator. But learn how ancient native inhabitants had more accurately determined the true equator.
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Cover: Emergency hospital during Spanish-flu epidemic, Camp Funston, Kansas, U.S.A.
Cover: National Museum of Health & Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, NCP 1603