These surprisingly relevant vintage ads show how officials tried to convince people to wear masks after many refused during the 1918 flu pandemic
Officials needed to convince men specifically to practice better personal hygiene because men didn't think masks were masculine enough.
Newspaper Ads From the 1918 Flu Pandemic Show That Some Things Never Change
While medicine has advanced since 1918, these newspaper ads from the time of the Spanish flu show that some things never change.
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Pictures From The Spanish Flu 100 Years Ago Shows Similarities In Managing Pandemics
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