The destruction of the city provoked unease in intellectual circles in Britain. (7/53)

The destruction of the city provoked unease in intellectual circles in Britain.

According to Max Hastings, by February 1945, attacks upon German cities had become largely irrelevant to the outcome of the war and the name of Dresden resonated with cultured people all over Europe.

Written by Benjamin Grayson

Former Bouquet seller now making a go with blogging and graphic designing. I love creating & composing history articles and lists.

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