This chapter briefly considers the history of malaria in the south of Italy, with particular reference to Salpi in Apulia and the region of Beneventum. The relationship of the agriculture of Apulia to malaria is discussed, and parallels are drawn with a malaria epidemic in Apulia during the First World War.
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