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There were many cities that were destroyed. If you mean the two Japanese cities that were bombed by the U.S., then it would be Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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Q: What is the Most Destroyed City during World War 2?
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Manila was declared an "open city" , and thus spared destruction. I would have thought that Dresden, Hamburg and Hiroshima/Nagasaki were the most devastated. Manila was the second most destroyed city, after Warsaw, Poland in WWII


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How many buildings were destroyed in world war 1?

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