How did the Spanish Flu get to the US?

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First of all, The flu is not called the spanish flu, it was from Swine ( type of pig) flu or H1N1 influenza. When the flu adapted itself, so it spreads from person to person and animal to person. People from Mexico can go to the US then it spreads
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