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Peter, Richard. Taken Sept. 1945. Published 1949. Viewed 7 Nov. 2007. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Dresd_4.jpg>.

  • This is a photograph of the aerial view of the city of Dresden, Germany post fire-bombing.

 

 

Bowyer, Chaz. Taken Feb. 13/14 1945. Viewed 7 Nov. 2007. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Dresden_Aerial_View_-_February_13_14_1945.jpg>.

  • Another photograph of an aerial view if Dresden at night during the bombing.

 

 

Leichen, Bergung von. Taken Feb. 1945 Viewed 16 Nov. 2007. <http://www.dhm.de/lemo/objekte/pict/ph003736/index.jpg>.

  • Photograph from the ground of the innocent civilians and refugees burned alive during the bombings of Dresden.

 

 

“Germans mark 60th anniversary of Dresden fire bombing.” ABC News Online. 13 Feb. 2005. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200502/s1301809 .htm>.

  • A news article about the anniversary of the bombing of Dresden. The article tells of how the bombing is being used as propaganda 60 years later to recruit people to the neo-nazi political party, the NPD.

 

 

Jordan, Rachel. “Dresden: An Allied Air Raid with Axis Tactics.” MeredithCollege. Fall 2000. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://www.meredith.edu/stones/newpage2.htm>.

  • Article about the bombing of Dresden. Author states the possible justification of the bombing of Dresden because of the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime.

 

 

“U.S./British Massacre at Dresden.” The Internationalist. May 2003. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://www.internationalist.org/dresdenmasscre.html>.

·        Article about the US/British massacre of Dresden. The article also compares the bombing of Dresden to the bombing of Tokyo.

 

 

Bombing of Dresden in World War II.” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. 14 Nov. 2007. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombing_of_Dresden_in_World_ War_II>.

  • This article includes the allied reasons for the attacks, an explanation of the attacks, and the impact that the attacks caused. It includes personal accounts of the bombing and political responses of the bombing by the German and British.

 

 

Metzger, Lothar. “The Fire-bombing of Dresden: An Eye-witness Account.” Timewitnesses. May 1999. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://timewitnesses.org/english/ ~lothar.html>.

  • An eye-witness account of the bombing of Dresden by a German civilian.

 

 

McKee, Alexander. Dresden 1945: The Devils Tinderbox. New York: E.P. Dutton, Inc., 1984.

  • A book about the destruction of one of Germany’s most beautiful and cultural cities.

 

 

Jorg. Friedrich. The Fire: The Bombing of Germany. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.

  • A book about the bombing of German cities. The book also discusses the role of fire protection engineers, the heavy bomber, radar, crews of airplanes, and the emotional factors involved in war.


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