Figure 6.5 The role of ships in dispersing ‘Spanish’ influenza, 1918–19. Number of cases of influenza reported daily on four troopships repatriating troops from Europe to Australia in the aftermath of the First World War. (A) Devon. (B) Medic. (C) Boonah. (D) Ceramic.

Source: Reproduced from Cliff et al, Island Epidemics, Figure 5.12, pp. 194, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, Copyright © 2000 with permission from Oxford University Press.