Top #6 Best-Selling Interesting (e)Books About The History of Pandemics

September 15, 2021 0 By thebestdealsonly

These works remind us that humans have faced deadly viruses & plagues for millenniums. We would do well to educate ourselves about the history of pandemics and disease.

 Best-Seller #1: History of Pandemics

Price Kindle: $3.99
Price Paperback: $14.99
Author: David Anversa

History of pandemics will talk about Spanish Flu (1918), Black Death (1346), Athens Plague (430 BC), Antonine Plague (165), Cyprian Plague, Cholera Pandemic, and many others terrible Pandemics and Epidemics that afflicted our world from ancient time up to the present day. You’re going to learn all you need to know about the worst and deadliest Pandemics and Epidemics of the human history. You will increase your historical culture and learn very useful and updated information and notions that will help you to better understand the history of our society and your everyday life.

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 Best-Seller #2: The Great Influenza

Price Kindle: $14.01
Price Paperback: $11.99
Author: John M. Barry

At the height of World War I, history’s most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved east with American troops, then exploded, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in twenty-four months than AIDS killed in twenty-four years, more in a year than the Black Death killed in a century. But this was not the Middle Ages, and 1918 marked the first collision of science and epidemic disease.

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 Best-Seller #3: The Spanish Flu: A History from Beginning to End

Price Kindle: $3.53
Price Paperback: $9.99
Author: Hourly History

The 1918 outbreak of the H1N1 strain of influenza, popularly known as the Spanish flu, killed more people worldwide than World War I, which ended the same year. It infected nearly one-third of the world’s population and killed ten percent of those it struck. In its wake, schools and businesses closed, hospitals became overwhelmed, and the sick spilled out into makeshift care centers in public spaces. Policemen, public transportation workers, and everyday citizens in face masks were a common—and eerie—sight. Yet, discussion of this global pandemic often takes a backseat to World War I and other contemporary events.

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 Best-Seller #4: Viruses, Plagues, and History: Past, Present, and Future

Price Kindle: $8.57
Price Paperback: $19.95
Author: Michael B. A. Oldstone

The overlapping histories of humans and viruses are ancient. Earliest cities became both the cradle of civilization and breeding grounds for the first viral epidemics. This overlap is the focus of virologist/immunologist Michael Oldstone in Viruses, Plagues and History. Oldstone explains principles of viruses and epidemics while recounting stories of viruses and their impact on human history.

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 Best-Seller #5: Year of the Flu: A World War I Medical Thriller

Price Kindle: $1.16
Price Paperback: $5.99
Author: Millys Altman

This is the true story of a monster killer, the 1918 flu pandemic, and how a young doctor fought to keep an entire village alive. Holbert Nixon, fresh out of medical school, signed with a coal company to care for the several hundred immigrants who lived in Revere in western Pennsylvania and worked in the Revere mine. He was eager to begin his first practice, but it turned out to be more than he bargained for. In just two years, in September, 1918, the entire village was sickened in rapid succession in the flu pandemic that killed quickly and indiscriminately throughout the world. It was wartime, and Nixon was unable to find help.

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 Best-Seller #6: The 1918 Spanish Influenza Pandemic

Price Kindle: $4.72
Price Paperback: $12.53
Author: David Anversa

In this book the author decides to analyze all the historical events of the Great Influenza of 1918 from a new and updated point of view with the object to better understand the history and the effects that this terrible pandemic has had on society, from a medical, scientific and social point of view. The 2020 pandemic has opened up new fronts of study on influenza viruses and the Spanish flu of 1918 certainly can teach us a lot about our past, present and future.

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