The 1918, black-and-white photos of the Spanish flu pandemic that were little known for the first time were colored. These photos vividly show the social situation at that time.

American doctors and nurses are fighting to save Spanish flu patients.

The community center and gym are converted into hospitals in temporary wards.

Cinema is closed

People wear masks when going to parks or outings

Masks are also worn on public transportation

This disease, which broke out after the First World War, spread rapidly and swept the globe, taking 20 to 50 million lives.

Anonymous old photo colorizer said in an interview.”It’s been over a hundred years since the Spanish flu, and I think it’s important to remember millions of people who have lost their lives.”

The Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 In the meantime, this Kansas hospital is still living in people’s imagination.

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The San Francisco Naval Training Station is full of sickbeds. Lying on the beds are sick soldiers.

 A repeat of history, the world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago, square cabin hospital with masks

Theaters and public places are completely closed to prevent the virus from spreading.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

In 1918, a street sweeper in New York wore a mask.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

In 1918, a flight attendant checked whether passengers were wearing masks in Seattle.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

People are unwilling to be lonely. They wear a variety of masks to avoid infections. Show your own personality.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

On May 31, 1918, an American Red Cross nurse in Montmirail, France ) Help the wounded soldier.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

Red Cross surgeons helped treat patients in St. Louis during the Spanish flu pandemic.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

The old stadium, full of troops returning from World War I, was reused as a Spanish flu emergency hospital.

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

Doctors and nurses take care of soldiers returning from the front lines of World War I, where the virus began to spread .

The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks

At the Thetford mine in Quebec, Canada, Collège La Salle’s teachers tend to children with Spanish flu.

 Replay of history, the world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago, square cabin hospital with masks

Red Cross nurses in Washington show patients how to care during an outbreak by lifting a stretcher into a car on.

 The history repeats itself. The world was also attacked by a virus 100 years ago. Square cabin hospital with masks