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Chapter VI. The great culprit

Book

French

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Abstract

As in terms of birth, Roubaix was characterised by high mortality; before the revolutionary years and the 19th century, the spectrum of death was eavening each family’s daily lives and life expectancy remained modest. However, not all were equal in front of death, especially women and children were paying the highest cost. Clearly, the industrial city of Roubaix concentrated many of the mortitious factors. I. Ubiquitous death was very high...

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