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Dresden, 13. Februar 1945


La destrucción de Dresden 13 y 14 de febrero de 1945

Lieutenant Tovolzhansky wipes his boots with Nazi flag at ACS ICS-152 “Deerslayer” on the street of Breslau, 1945.

Richard Peter - Vue de la tour de l’Hôtel de Ville, vers le sud, Dresde, entre le 17 sept. et le 31 décembre 1945

Women form a human chain to carry bricks used in the reconstruction of Dresden, March 1946, after allied bombing had destroyed the city in February 1945. The steeple of the wrecked Roman Catholic cathedral can be seen in the background. Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone Features/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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WWII: War In The Air

Dead bodies are burned at the Altmarkt near the Victory Monument (Germaniadenkmal). 25th February 1945.In four raids between February 13th and 15th bombers of the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Forces dropped more than 3,900 tons of high - explosive bombs and incendiary devices. At least 22,000 people were killed in the resulting firestorm. Dresden, Germany. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)

Civilians beginning the long task of clearing the ruins of Dresden Frausenkirche in 1952. One of the most important Lutheran churches in Dresden, it was completely destroyed in an Allied bombing raid in February 1945. Its rebuilding was finished in 2004; the interior in 2005 and was reconsecrated in October the same year.

The ruins of Dresden Frauenkirche and the monument to Martin Luther, which had been destroyed during the bombing raid on the city 13 Feb 1945.

Richard Peter, The Painter Theodor Rosenhauer, Dresden, c. 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!