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July 10, 1918

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The Kaiser and his family are struck down with the flu, requiring he retire from the French front to his home. The addition of a prohibition amendment is stricken from the emergency food production bill by the Senate Pro Tem, Senator Salisbury of Delaware rules it is not germane.

Source: "Kaiser Bill Has Influenza,' The Evening Current. Carlsbad, New Mexico, July 10, 1918. Page 1, Column 3.

Earlier Event: July 9
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