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The Great War rages on in Europe but something even darker threatens the security of hearth and home.
By autumn, millions will fall...without a single bullet being fired.
NOTE: The text at the end of the story reads as follows:
"In 1918, a unique and deadly strain of influenza travelled around the globe. Estimates of the death toll range from 20 to 70 million people; more than died from the Black Death or all of the combat deaths in World War I."