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What places in and around dresden might the allies have considered targets of military significance?

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Dresden (100,000+) Tokyo (100,000+) These were devastating raids, in Tokyo the city was built of wood and the incendiaries obliterated the city. Dresden was bombed by the British and the bombing is considered controversial because many consider it retaliation for the German bombings of England. The German government estimates the total number of German civilians killed in air raids at about 595,000. The figure given above for Dresden is far too high. Scholarly studies for a long time put the figure for Dresden at about 35,000. Since German reunfication in 1990 much of the centre of Dresden has been rebuilt and the human remains recovered, together with other evidence, point to a figure of 25,000-30,000, probably towards the upper end of this range. The raid on Dresden is controverial because it served no discernable military purpose at all. It's not fruitful or even possible to divide air raids on civilian targets into 'fire raids' and other raids.


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