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His son John was killed during WWI at the Battle of Loos in 1915. His daughter Josephine died of pneumonia in 1899

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Rudyard Kipling's two children died in separate instances due to illness. His daughter Josephine died of pneumonia at the age of six, and his son John died in action during World War I at the age of 18.

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