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Estimates are that 16,000 U.S. troops that had been deployed to Europe died of the flu and 30,000 died in training camps in the U.S. without ever reaching the front.
Looking at the graph of deaths in various countries in 1918-19, is there a reason why Germany seems not to have suffered as much as the victorious Allies? Germany had an extremely serious famine at the same time, which you’d think would make things worse.
What does the future hold for densely populated poor countries like Bangladesh, also megacities in India, Nigeria, and so forth?
“And so forth” includes Mexico City.