|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|1918 flu pandemic||0.25||0.2||597||11|
|1918 pandemic deaths||0.85||0.2||9198||1|
|1918 us population||0.76||0.3||6116||41|
|1918 flu pandemic facts||0.94||0.4||9735||4|
|1918 flu epidemic||1.79||0.2||9286||73|
|1918 trench knife||0.47||0.7||259||17|
|1918 flu death records us||1.36||0.1||9560||67|
|1918 wheat penny||0.34||0.3||9701||2|
|1918 world population||1.82||0.1||7666||26|
|1918 flu pandemic deaths||0.07||0.9||6802||87|
|1918 influenza pandemic||0.59||0.1||522||47|
|1918 spanish flu epidemic in america||0.78||0.3||2548||63|
What Happened in 1918. The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 killed more people than the Great War, known today as World War I (WWI), at somewhere between 20 and 40 million people. On March 11, 1918, a devastating public health crisis began in the U.S. The disease was called the “Spanish Influenza,” and first hit soldiers at Fort Riley, Kansas,...What happened in 1918 in American history?
On March 11, 1918, a devastating public health crisis began in the U.S. The disease was called the “Spanish Influenza,” and first hit soldiers at Fort Riley, Kansas, just back from fighting in Europe. The virus moved quickly and in October of 1918 195,000 Americans perished. In one day alone, 851 New Yorkers died.What was invented in 1918?
In 1851 a man named Elias Howe created something like it called "an Automatic, Continuous clothing closure" which inspired the invention of the zipper. It was created by Gideon Sundback and Whitecomb Judson, but before it made its grand appearance in 1918, it went through many years of rejection.