Ep 439: The Bombing Of Dresden

Ep 439: The Bombing Of Dresden

In February 1945 the historic city of Dresden was the target of one of the largest strategic bombing raids of the war. Al Murray and James Holland are joined by US historian Tami Davis Biddle to explore one of the most controversial events of the Allied effort to defeat Germany.

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