Dresden bombing, Britain’s forgotten war crime of WWII

While Britain claims to be an advocate of human rights in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and many other countries around the world, British history itself is corroborating evidence that Britain, the greatest human rights preacher, has also been the most flagrant human rights breacher.

More Thank 500,000 German civilians and refugees, mostly women and children, were slaughtered by Britain’s saturation bombing in 1945, one of the worst massacres of all time.

Over 700,000 phosphorus bombs were dropped on 1.2 million defenseless inhabitants of German city Dresden under Britain’s then Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s order, which not only reduced one of the greatest centers of northern Europe to flaming ruins, but also led to one of the worst war crimes of the Second World War.

Dresden’s bombing in February, 13, 1945 was so relentless that some historians believe it was the height of Winston Churchill’s madness.

“I do not want suggestions as to how we can disable the economy and the machinery of war, what I want are suggestions as to how we can roast the German refugees on their escape from Breslau,” Churchill said once.

Toward the end of the war, Churchill’s desired firestorm was finally created. More than 260,000 bodies and residues of bodies were counted after British Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) assaulted Dresden. However, those who perished in the centre of the city could not be traced, as the temperature in the area reached 1600 degree Centigrade.

Dresden’s citizens barely had time to reach their shelters and those who sought refuge underground often suffocated as oxygen was pulled from the air to feed the flames. Others perish in a blast of white heat, heat strong enough to melt human flesh.

When the bombing started, no one could imagine that in less than 24 hours all those innocent people could die screaming in Churchill’s firestorms.

If there was a war crime, certainly the Dresden tragedy would rank as one of the most sinister of all time. Sadly, however, Churchill, who ordered the slaughter of up to a half million innocent people in this horrifying tragedy, was knighted by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.

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THE ASH WEDNESDAY HOLOCAUST OF 1945: DRESDEN MASSACRE OF GERMAN CIVILIANS BY ALLIES BOMBINGS

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The dead bodies of Dresden were stacked in huge piles and cremated before mass disease could set in.

4 DAYS OF MURDEROUS ALLIED BOMBINGS in 1945 over DRESDEN: February 13th, February 15th, March 15th, April 17th.

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By February of 1945, the outcome of the war in Europe is already determined. Germany is finished and will formerly surrender within 3 months.

The murderous firebombing of the beautiful city of Dresden is as cruel as it is unnecessary.

In an apparent effort to mock Catholic Germans, the Zio-Globalists chose the day of “Ash Wednesday” to turn the beautiful and historic city of Dresden into ashes!

Wave after wave of mainly UK [Editor’s Note: UK Bombers performed 800 air sorties in 3 days, while USAF did about 900] , but also US, air sorties drop incendiary bombs for two days.

Thousands of fires merge into one huge firestorm, sucking oxygen to feed itself as countless numbers of German elderly, women, and children suffocate or burn alive.

The fire is so massive that pilots report that their cockpits are actually illuminated by the great light.

Because so many refugees fleeing eastward have swelled Dresden’s population, it is difficult to say how many are killed by the Churchill/FDR “Holocaust”. Credible estimates vary between 200,000-300,000 dead, with some claims that the total may have been as many as 400,000 killed.

[Editor’s Note: Dresden was a city of 600 000 inhabitants at the time, plus 750 000 civilians German refugees, who were fleeing the Russian army, that were camping in the city’s parks outside when the Bombing occurred.]

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Women, Children, and Elderly were charbroiled Alive !