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The incident was described 250 years after the event and is not considered credible. 13 1500 Pizarro presented the indigenous peoples of South America with variola-contaminated clothing. 16 1710 Siege of Reval (now Tallin, Estonia), Sweden. Russians were said to have hurled corpses of plague victims into the besieged city, following which plague broke out in the city. There is no documentation to support this claim. The event is referred to in a Swedish military document. 13 1763 During the French and Indian War (1754–1767), Sir Jeffrey Amherst, commander of British forces in North America, suggested the deliberate use of smallpox to “reduce” native American tribes hostile to the British.
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13 1775 In Boston, British attempted to spread smallpox among the continental forces by inoculating (variolation) civilians ﬂeeing the city. In the south, there is evidence that the British were going to distribute slaves who had escaped during hostilities, and were sick with smallpox, back to the rebel plantations in order to spread the disease. T. Sherman complained that retreating confederate troops were deliberately shooting farm animals in ponds so that their “stinking carcasses” would contaminate water supplies for the Union forces, resulting in troops weakened and demoralized by gastrointestinal disease.