History of Alzheimer’s: Why is forgetting our past the deadliest risk?

The memory of the horrors of the twentieth century made the world more alert. But the deaths of ‘direct witnesses’ of the 1918 flu or the atomic bomb put an end to this conscience … and explain the wave of disasters we have experienced recently

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The most dangerous day in the history of the world fell on Saturday. On October 27, 1962, in the midst of the Cuban Missile Crisis, a US Navy destroyer charged a Soviet submarine with multiple depth charges.

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