Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1994-041-07, Dresden, zerstörtes Stadtzentrum. Immediate German propaganda claims following the attacks and post-war discussions on whether 365 CITATIONS CELEBRES PDF attacks were justified have led to the bombing becoming one of the moral causes célèbres of the war. Large variations in the claimed death toll have fuelled the controversy.

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In March 1945, the German government ordered its press to publish a falsified casualty figure of 200,000 for the Dresden raids, and death toll estimates as high as 500,000 have been given. Image of Dresden during the 1890s. Landmarks include Dresden Frauenkirche, Augustus Bridge, and the Katholische Hofkirche. Early in 1945, the German offensive known as the Battle of the Bulge had been exhausted, as was the disastrous attack by the Luftwaffe on New Year’s Day involving elements of eleven combat wings of the Luftwaffe’s day fighter force.

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