Dresden 1945: Reality, History, and Memory

@article{Biddle2008Dresden1R,
  title={Dresden 1945: Reality, History, and Memory},
  author={T. Biddle},
  journal={The Journal of Military History},
  year={2008},
  volume={72},
  pages={413 - 450}
}
  • T. Biddle
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • The Journal of Military History
The Anglo-American air attack on the city of Dresden, in February 1945, has become one of the most famous events of the Second World War. The word “Dresden” is typically one of the first uttered whenever the topic of strategic bombing is raised. And yet, like many other high-profile historical events, the Dresden raid is encrusted with myth and misunderstanding. This essay is an effort to make sense of a complicated and much misunderstood episode in the history of modern warfare—and to make… Expand
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