Black Flu 1918: The story of New Zealand's worst public health disaster
|Author:||Geoffrey W. Rice|
Dr Geoffrey Rice was Professor of History at the University of Canterbury, where he lectured in European history for nearly 40 years until his retirement in 2012.
Preface 1. Understanding the 1918 Influenza pandemic 2. What part did the First World War play? 3. The flu reaches New Zealand 4. Organising support as the flu spreads 5. Caring for the sick and their families 6. Reviewing the disaster 7. Research and lessons learned Websites Further reading Index