Rebuilding Dresden after the horrific firebombing at the end of World War Two, 1945-1970

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In the final winter of World War II, the eastern German city of Dresden was reduced to rubble, killing tens of thousands and sparking a bitter debate over whether the attack was justified. Dresden was the capital of the state of Saxony, situated on the Elbe River. It was a cultural center, containing famous landmarks […]

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