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Catharine Arnold - Pandemic 1918. The Spanish flu

In this talk, author Catharine Arnold discusses the impact of the deadly Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-20

Sat, 30 Nov 2019
10:30AM - 11:30AM
Bromley House Library
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In this talk, author Catharine Arnold discusses the impact of the deadly Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-20. Charting the rise of the deadly pandemic from its disputed origins, Catharine then describes the impact of Spanish flu globally and locally, with reference to the East Midlands. Catharine Arnold read English at Cambridge and holds a further degree in psychology. Catharine grew up in Nottingham and was a feature writer at the Nottingham Evening Post. The former councillor for Basford, Catharine is the author of several popular histories including Necropolis London and its Dead, Bedlam London and its Mad and Globe, Life in Shakespeare's London.

Tickets £4 for Bromley House Library members / £5 for visitors
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Booking from 28th August - reserved tickets must be paid for within 7 days of reservation. You can pay by cash in person, cheque in person or by post, card in person or by phone. Unpaid tickets will be offered to the waiting list. 0115 9473134 / enquiries@bromleyhouse.org

We regret that we are not currently accessible to wheelchair users and the visit will include three flights of stairs.

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