The Fire Bombing Of Dresden

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The Fire Bombing of Dresden: War Crime World War Two was fought in part to remove tyranny, genocide, and the killing of innocents by the evil Nazis. The fire bombing of Dresden in which some estimates say 100,000 people died, was only fighting evil with more evil. The Royal Air Force along with the United States Air Force could cite reasons for wanting to destroy the city. It could weaken morale, leave Germany in chaos or any number of other excuses, but it is difficult to fathom that anyone could consider these reasons as a just cause for the demolition of the historical city. How many more allied men would have died if they had not bombed Dresden is the question that they were to ask themselves. Maybe some, or maybe none; they really

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