Every time - the fire bombing of Dresden. It has become a cliche. London was firebombed every night for long periods; a deliberate strategy to weaken our resolve. In those days in London we shook our fists at the sky. We lived with the black clouds of Lutwaffe. Retrospect is a fine advantage to hold ; war is war, and never was there was there a war more worth fighting with the last ounce of strength. Dresden - put it where it belongs - down to Hitler. He tried to bomb us to Kingdom -come. He gave instructions that Warsaw should be razed to the ground, so much that it should never rise again. He asked 'Is Paris burning?'.
He measured little kids to decide whether to gas or shoot them.
We rid the world of that scum, and I am fed up with our efforts to stop them being carped about, even more than Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
English by the grace of God.