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Item ordered was as described. Satisfied customer. Thank you!Published 12 months ago by Violyna Chew-Fernandez
Sometimes gets a bit off-topic with too much background and family info, but otherwise very informative and in some ways shocking.Published on May 28, 2014 by Al DiCenso
I have long wondered why he icy of Dresden was bombed so extensively as it was especially so close to the end of the war . Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by Dallas Rider
NOT SURE ON SOME OF HIS STATS - FOR EXAMPLE, U.S DEAD DURING WW1 HE LISTS AS CASUALTIES 110,000 . MY RESEARCH INDICATES THAT WW1 WAS THE 35RD MOST COSTLY WAR FOR THE USA WITH... Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by DM Borsand
By STEPHEN FRATER, author of HELL ABOVE EARTH
In a pitiless twist of Dresden's fate, Ash Wednesday and St. Read more
This book is often discussed in argument as if it were a deeply researched major contribution to the discussion about Allied terror bombing in WWII. It isn't. Read morePublished on June 12, 2008 by Tony Thomas