John’s Believe It Or Not… March 4th

Some very important events took place on March 4th in the last 100 years or so and John Fioravanti gives us the details in this fascinating trip into the past.  This includes in 1918 the first case of the Spanish flu that was to kill 50 to 100 million people worldwide. #Recommended

* 1982 – Bertha Wilson appointed first woman justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. * 1918 First recorded case of Spanish flu at Funston Army Camp in Kanas – start of worldwide pandemic killing 50-100 million * 1789 Government under the U.S. Constitution begins * 1966 John Lennon sparks his first major controversy * 1952 Ernest Hemingway finishes The Old Man and the Sea

via John’s Believe It Or Not… March 4th

12 thoughts on “John’s Believe It Or Not… March 4th

  1. Pingback: John’s Believe It Or Not… March 4th – The Militant Negro™

  2. John writes such incredible stuff Sally. I enjoyed your exchange on his site and agree the Spanish flu could have easily been an extinction level event. I also wonder given the increasing sizes of developing cities if we are not sitting on another ticking time bomb.

    Liked by 2 people

Comments are closed.