Why don’t we remember these 100 million dead?

In France, where I live, there are more than 170,000 monuments to the First World War. To my knowledge, there is only one to the 1918 influenza pandemic. A simple stone cross, it stands at Lajoux in the Jura Mountains, close to the border with Switzerland. This relative neglect of the 1918 pandemic is almost … Continue reading Why don’t we remember these 100 million dead?