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The Dark Secret of America's WWII German Death Camps

The (((Morgenthau))) Plan How the US Killed Hundreds of Thousands of Surrendering German Soldiers in Secret Rheinwiesenlager.

Oblique aerial view of ruined residential and commercial buildings south of the Stadtpark (seen at upper right) in the Eilbek district of Hamburg, Germany. These were among the 16,000 multi-storeyed apartment buildings destroyed by the firestorm which developed during the raid by Bomber Command on the night of 27/28 July 1943 (Operation Gomorrah). The road running diagonally from upper left to lower right is Eilbeker Weg.

Hamburg, 1943 Aerial view of ruined residential and commercial buildings south of Eilbektal Park in the Eilbek district of Hamburg. Part of the apartment buildings destroyed by the firestorm.

Richard Peter - Dresden, 1945

Moving Images of Dresden, Germany Before and After Allied Bombs Annihilated the Historic City

Foto: Stadtteilarchiv Ottensen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.

Foto: Stadtteilarchiv Ottensen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.

Hamburg after a bombardment, 1944.

Hamburg after a bombardment,

Going through rubble Berg Street Hamburg Altona July 1943. «Questa è la Germania, signor D., un cimitero bombardato. Qui mi fermo sempre un attimo a guardare, quando passo da queste parti» Autunno Tedesco, Stig Dagerman, trad. di Massimo Ciaravolo, Ed. Lindau.

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Up to 80 percent of the historic centers of German cities were destroyed by Allied bombs during the war. Once the violence ceased, unsafe buildings were torn down. Bricks and other materials were carefully sorted so they could be used again.

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Sherman Firefly of Armoured Division in Hamburg (Großer Burstah corner to Rödingsmarkt with Hindenburghaus in the background), May 4

Buildings on fire in Hamburg following the RAF Bomber Command raids in July 1943.

JUL 28 1943 Hamburg is devastated by a firestorm Buildings on fire in Hamburg…

A pile of bodies awaits cremation after the firebombing of Dresden, February…

A pile of bodies awaits cremation after the bombing of Dresden, 1945 - A pile of bodies awaits cremation after the firebombing of Dresden, February

1946-Aufraeumen in der Jaegerstrasse in Mitte.

1946 Berlin - Trümmerfrauen in der Jägerstraße (Bundesarchiv Bild

American 500 lb bombs drop onto Hamburg during the first of the 8th Air Force daylight raids

American 500 lb bombs drop onto Hamburg during the first of the Air Force daylight raids

The wrecked Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, with a destroyed German military vehicle in the foreground, at the end of World War II.

As Russian soldiers closed in on Berlin during the waning days of World War II, Margarete Koehn, a ticket seller at one of Berlin’s train stations, left her position.

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