[ad_1] A British survivor of the Dresden bombing has said there is ‘no excuse’ for the terrifying air raid that killed thousands 75 years ago and revealed the devastating impact it had on him. Riflemen Victor Gregg was one of hundreds of men being held as a prisoner of war in Dresden by the Germans. […]

via Dresden bombing survivor Victor Gregg 100 on Good Morning Britain 75th anniversary — EXYZ

Dresden just celebrated its 75th anniversary of the bombings that had left thousands dead and the historic city center in ruins. This British P.O.W recalls the events that were horrifying beyond words. It definitely brought up the issue with the Lindemann plan, which is today considered comparable to some of the worst war crimes in the history of humanity. The description of the scene may not be suitable for younger readers.

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