Wildly divergent figures circulate. The figures given by serious scholars tend to be in the range c. 25,000 - 35,000. Figures like 135,000 and so forth originated with Goebbels.
The was no Dresden Bombing in 1947.
The bombing of Dresden happened towards the end of World War II. It occurred on February 13, 14, and 15th 1945 and killed approximately 23,000 people though the true number may never be known.
the bombing of Dresden achieved the stopping of weapon and equipment manufacture and stopped German troops being transported through the area.
The bombing of Dresden was a revenge event for the earlier bombing destruction of British towns and cities. There was no military reason or benefit for its destruction.
the bombing of dresden started in the wee hours of the morning, with the birds chripping.
bombing of dresden
No, it was after the gassings, but still in the same period.
The bombing of Dresden was an act of war. No different in most ways than the bombing of many cities in Britain like Coventry and Southampton and indeed the centre of London. Thousands of British citizens and children were killed indiscriminately by German bombs. The same happened to Poland, Belgium and Holland. Why would you think the bombers of Dresden should get some special punishment . - Your knowledge of history is deplorable.
Two aircraft related incidents Second day of the bombing of Dresden by Allied air forces Prague is bombed probably due to a mistake in the orientation of the pilots bombing Dresden.
Mostly the bombing of Dresden during WW 2.
Sem Dresden died in 1957.
Nobody, obviously! Perhaps you're thinking of Picasso's painting of Guernica, which was bombed in 1937.
There were 168 victims of the bombing.
The fire-bombing of Dresden, Germany. More people were killed in the few days of contiuous bombing than at Hiroshima.
The bombing of Dresden was not justifiable because it was not war manufacturing city or military installation. Millions of civilians were killed because General Harris of the Royal Army Air Force continued to insist the war could be won by carpet bombing Germany. He failed to understand the citizens of Germany had no input on the matter of surrender. Those people in Dresden died it vain. The historical architecture was destroyed for the silly notions of General Harris. He was not given the medals and citations he felt he and his aviators should have received. The British were furious at him for what he had done.
The excessive firebombing was unnecessary.
The Prophesying Nun of Dresden died in 1706.
Many major air raids in World War 2 involved firestorms (see link) and could be described as holocausts in the dictionary sense of "great destruction, especially by fire". However, in Germany anyway, using the word Holocaust in connection with the bombing of Dresden is generally regarded as a neo-Nazi trick.
There are over 140,000 people died during the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.