The end of the world: Firestorms and Floods

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1945

It’s hard to imagine the terror sweeping through Europe now. Our bombers unleashed a rain of fire over Dresden. It’s a beautiful city but also a major hub for transportation, a critical link in the movement of armaments in Germany. And Paris experienced torrential rains that flooded the Seine. It’s almost like the end of the world.

 

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