As the war was winding down

 it was decided to bomb Dresden

It had no industry and had no military target.

the bombing was vengeance

Ten thousand people were killed that night

mostly burnt to death as the attack created a firestorm.

This was murder.

The killers got medals.

With the war on the thought was a dead German

is a good German.

I think this outrage prolonged the war.

It took years before the atrocities saw the light of day,

excepts India and Kenya, few knew Britain

could be party off mass murder.

The Albinos has been revelry to many carnages and

gotten away with it.

It is time for an apology to Dresden and her people.


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M.C. Newberry

Wed 25th Mar 2020 11:37

Those who sow the wind
Will reap the whirlwind.

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