How to categorize an European victim of the 1918 Spanish Flu?

+7 votes
My legal great-great-grandfather, Dequeker-2, died of the Spanish Flu in Lille, Nord, France, in 1919.

I put him in the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic category but it seems too wide a category. There are sub-categories for the USA and Canada but nothing for Europe. I feel a Europe sub-category should be added (and even sub-categories for countries), but I'm not sure I'm up to the challenge. So far I've only created Cemetery categories. Could someone help me please? Thank you!
WikiTree profile: Cyrille Dequeker
asked in Policy and Style by Isabelle Rassinot G2G6 Pilot (243k points)
Tricky.  The US ones are going down through State to county level, but have skipped the continent.

They all have the comma in.  I don't know what the rule is about commas.

The tricky bit with Europe is that after the War they redrew the map.
I noticed that neither the Canada nor the US category follows the instruction at the top of the category.

1 Answer

+3 votes
I got you started by adding France.
answered by James Applegate G2G6 Mach 5 (53.1k points)
Thank you! I'll see if I can add a few neighbors...

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