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How are the buildings that destroyed but on the other side of the street the trees look totally normal? Was this quite a while after the bombing?
…. and no military or industrial advantage was gained by it. Pure murder.
The nazis sure started the war and did more evil, but I always wonder how the allies got away with mass slaughter of civilians. They destroyed entire cities along with their people. Surely some blame is with them?
So this is a conundrum for me. My moms dad was born in Hamburg in 1905 and immigrated in 19teens. My dads dad, was a belly gunner in a b24 stationed in Italy for 28 missions on the American side in ww2.
Interesting that the buildings are all razed from the fire bombing and yet not a bomb or a fire took out the adjacent trees. That would been very accurate indeed.
Lemme guess, you got this from the front page photo about the guy that survived OP gommorah after looking it up on wikipedia, right? (I did the same thing)
Doesn’t this count as a war crime?
Not all the Germans supported Hitler and his war but they still paid the price like those who did