Time flu by | ‘1917’ pandemic ‘probably ended WWII’ in 1945, according to Trump

The president of the United States has given a history lesson. Alternative history, it seems, as he wrongly asserted that the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic ‘probably ended the Second World War.’

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