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Death of a City : The Book They Don't Want You to Read
by Mike Walsh




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The Allied bombing of Dresden cast 300,000 demented souls into a holocaust. Such was its horror and magnitude that a fake holocaust was created to justify it. Yet Dresden was only one of hundreds of European cities and towns cremated by the Allies. By comparison many cities fared worse: When on April 4,1945, the City of Kassel surrendered, of a population of 250,000, just 15,000 were left alive. Were such apocalyptic war crimes reprisal and reciprocal? No: J. M. Spaight, The RAF Principal Secretary: "Hitler only undertook the bombing of British civilian targets reluctantly three months after the RAF had commenced bombing German civilian targets."During World War Two more bombs by weight were dropped on the city of Berlin than were released on the whole of Great Britain during the entire war. 55,888 RAF personnel died yet their campaign actually lengthened the war. DEATH OF A CITY details the effects of carpet bombing on a civilian population in such horrifying detail that caution when reading is recommended.

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The Allied bombing of Dresden cast 300,000 demented souls into a holocaust. Such was its horror and magnitude that a fake holocaust was created to justify it. Yet Dresden was only one of hundreds of European cities and towns cremated by the Allies. By comparison many cities fared worse: When on April 4,1945, the City of Kassel surrendered, of a population of 250,000, just 15,000 were left alive. Were such apocalyptic war crimes reprisal and reciprocal? No: J. M. Spaight, The RAF Principal Secretary: "Hitler only undertook the bombing of British civilian targets reluctantly three months after the RAF had commenced bombing German civilian targets."During World War Two more bombs by weight were dropped on the city of Berlin than were released on the whole of Great Britain during the entire war. 55,888 RAF personnel died yet their campaign actually lengthened the war. DEATH OF A CITY details the effects of carpet bombing on a civilian population in such horrifying detail that caution when reading is recommended.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781535394284
  • ISBN-10: 1535394285
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: July 2016
  • Page Count: 54
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds

Series: World War II #12

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