No, the city of Cork was not bombed during World War II. This city is located in Ireland and as of 2014 there is a population of around 119,000 people.
I don't think the Germans bombed Belfast, Ireland during the war. Ireland and North Ireland were neutral nations. It could be the U Boats may have bombed them but they were not bombed by the Luftwaffe. However some German Spies did show up there and operate there.
Dublin was bombed just once. Nobody seems to know why but the theory is that it was a warning to remain neutral during hostilities.
Every major city in the UK was bombed during World War 2.
Yes, Sofia was bombed and was bombed by the Americans! ;)
it was bombed by the Japanese in 1942,
were in skegness bombed ww2
Every large city in the UK was bombed during World War II.
Germany never bombed any Japanese cities during World War 2. They were allied to each other during that war.
Every town and city in the UK was bombed at some time during World War II.
Every British city was bombed at some time during World War II.
No. Ireland was neutral during the second world war.
With the exception of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, no US cities were bombed during the Second World War.
You will have to be more specific. All of the combatants in World War II bombed many cities.
It was bombed in 1941 during World War II during an air raid on Plymouth.
London was the most bombed capital city during WW2 .
Most British cities were bombed during World War 2
No Australian city was bombed during WW1.
Nearly every UK city was bombed during World War 2 but London and Coventry were probably destroyed the most.
Of Course it was