We’re a few weeks late posting this link as we just passed the 68th anniversary of February 13, 1945. The late author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. was an American P.O.W. held captive in Dresden, Germany during World War 2 who became an eyewitness to the bombing and resulting firestorm that almost completely consumed the city killing tens of thousands of civilians, the true number known but to God. By current standards, it was a war crime and it was committed by the Allied Forces. Vonnegut’s experiences escaping death and being forced to dig charred corpses from Dresden’s rubble found its way into his famous anti-war novel “Slaughterhouse Five” which was angrily denounced and banned in several US states and foreign countries.
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