Two weeks in 1918 during which Malaria determined a final outcome of World War One

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This free PowerPoint presentation created by Anton Alexander shows that had the war in 1918 carried on for 2 more weeks after the last battle between the British and the Turks, the British may have lost the war against the Turks because the British army collapsed from malaria. This resource explores this interesting subject area by referring to a range of historical sources and offers a stark reminder as to how devastating the disease can be.

 

Original URL: http://www.eradication-of-malaria.com/ww1-malaria.html

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