Russian influenza

Rus·sian in·flu·en·za

a pandemic of a strain influenza A virus thought to have originated in Russia; occurred in 1978.
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A well laid-out pair of graphs on pages 30 and 31 makes this point with stunning clarity by contrasting the ages of those who died during the so-called Russian Influenza of 1892 with the ages of victims of the newer strain: rather than a U-shaped graph--indicating higher death rates among children and older adults--such as emerged in the 1890s, plotting the deaths from 1918-1919 leads to an inverted V shape, almost reversing the expected trend.
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