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Excerpts on the Influenza and Pneumonia Pandemic of 1918

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Fig. 99.-Pneumonia, Influenza and Common Respiratory Diseases, 1862-1918 Inclusive: Admissions and Deaths, Enlisted Men, American Troops, Ratio per 1000

Fig. 100.-Pneumonia, Influenza and Common Respiratory Diseases, By Months, 1906-1915 Inclusive: Admissions and Deaths, White and Colored Enlisted Men, Ratio per 1000

Fig. 101.-Influenza By Camps, 1918, Ration per 1000

Fig. 102.-Pneumonia, Influenza and Other Respiratory Dis. By Camps, 1918, Ratio per 1000

Fig. 103.-Respiratory Diseases-Admissions and Deaths, Enlisted Men, U.S. Ratio per 1000

Fig. 104.-Respiratory Diseases-Admissions and Deaths, Enl. Men, Europe, Ratio per 1000

Fig. 105.-Nativity, Influenza (All), U.S. and Europe

Fig. 106.-Nativity, Influenza with Broncho-pneumonia, U.S. and Europe

Fig. 107.-Nativity. Influenza with Lobar Pneumonia, United States and Europe

Fig. 108.-Nativity. Broncho-pneumonia and Pneumonia Unclassified, US and Europe

Fig. 109.-Nativity. Lobar Pneumonia, U.S. and Europe