Dresden’s Radical Renaissance

2024-03-20T19:48:09+00:00Categories: Europe, Germany|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

By Chris McBeath For three long February nights in 1945, some 1,100 Allied Forces aircraft dropped more than 3,000 tons of munitions onto the city Dresden, creating a swirling firestorm that had the force of a hurricane. For eight nights the burning glow could be seen more than 160 km away. And when it subsided, the city’s core had been reduced to 15 sq km of smoldering rubble. The [...]