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On February 13, 1945, Allied forces began a massive firebombing of Dresden, Germany.

On February 13, 1945, Allied forces began a massive firebombing of Dresden, Germany.

War is hell... the Allies firebombed Dresden, Germany which was wooden city. Nobody could offer a remotely accurate estimate to the number of deaths, guesses range from 20,000 to 150,000 because it was a refugee city. Bodies were burnt to a crisp.

War is hell... the Allies firebombed Dresden, Germany which was wooden city. Nobody could offer a remotely accurate estimate to the number of deaths, guesses range from 20,000 to 150,000 because it was a refugee city. Bodies were burnt to a crisp.

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http://www.gedenkmarsch.de/dresden/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/frauenkirche49.jpg

http://www.gedenkmarsch.de/dresden/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/frauenkirche49.jpg

I Quit My Job Today - an editorial about leaping from a passionless branch into the unknown

I Quit My Job Today - an editorial about leaping from a passionless branch into the unknown

images of bombed german cities in ww2 - Bing images

images of bombed german cities in ww2 - Bing images

San Lorenzo WWII buildings

San Lorenzo WWII buildings

Antigua Aduana de Sevilla. VIsta desde la Torre del Oro

Antigua Aduana de Sevilla. VIsta desde la Torre del Oro

On 12 October 1944, as the last German soldiers took the swastika down from the Acropolis and began to drive through the city towards the road north they passed through crowds of Athenians in a state of joy, waving the blue and white Greek flags, embracing, while bells were ringing all over the city.

On 12 October 1944, as the last German soldiers took the swastika down from the Acropolis and began to drive through the city towards the road north they passed through crowds of Athenians in a state of joy, waving the blue and white Greek flags, embracing, while bells were ringing all over the city.

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