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Old December 18 2013, 03:43 PM   #5
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Re: Between thirty and thirty-five million dead in the Eugenics Wars

Would Indians and Southeast Asians have been generally aware of Khan's rule? The rulers, certainly, but would they admit their fatal weaknesses to the general public or even other governments if they could avoid it?

As for casualties, perhaps the figures include the prematurely dead, the people who would have lived if not for the disruption of their lives by the conflicts in question.


I quite enjoyed Cox's trilogy, and I don't see any pressing need to reconcile anything here.
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