Bombing of Germany during World War II
Allied Bombing of Germany in World War II is a controversial aspect, both regarding extent and motives.
Generally, regarding less politically correct views on claimed mass killings of Germans by the WWII Allies, including bombings, see this article.
The numbers killed is controversial, with, for example, one estimate stating around 600,000 German civilians killed due to bombings, compared to 60,000 in the UK. However, the estimated numbers of German civilians killed vary very widely regarding, for example, the Allied Bombing of Dresden in World War II, with some revisionist estimates stating very high numbers.
See the "External links" section regarding various revisionist views.
Bombings in Germany
- Bombing of Dresden in World War II
- Bombing of Königsberg in World War II
- Bombing of Pforzheim in World War II
- Operation Gomorrah
- Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
- Bombing of Italy in World War II
- Rotterdam Blitz
- The Blitz
Other argued mass killings by the Allies
- Churchill Wanted to "Drench" Germany With Poison Gas
- Defending Barbarism
- His Master’s Voice, Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Travers Harris, 1892-1984
- How Britain Pioneered City Bombing
- Killing Noncombatants
- How Britain Pioneered City Bombing https://codoh.com/library/document/694/?lang=en