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Through interviews with veterans, historians and ethicists from all the countries engaged in World War II, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE recounts the story of the Anglo-American bombing campaign against Germany, exploring the moral conundrums imposed by the reality of the war
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German Civilians Caught In The Middle

By Bleedgold

from Atlanta, GA

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Comments about PBS American Experience: The Bombing of Germany DVD:

It is so sad to watch this documentary about the allied forces bombing an innocent city and its' citizens both elderly, children and wounded to the point of ad nauseum. They did not deserve this and the British should be ashamed of what they did that served absolutely no point.

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Caught it Last Night on PBS

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Comments about PBS American Experience: The Bombing of Germany DVD:

....well, that was my dad's old WWII squadron they were talking about in the film and it was nice to have the vast number of his limited war stories varified. From his own writing, he claimed to reach the European Theater in early March 1945 flying in 11 combat missions after that point. His 12th mission was called off because of bad weather conditions and the bombs were dropped in the English Channel so, I can say that he flew with men who, despite the bitterness associated with combat, actually held themselves better than their opponent even up to and beyond the surrender of the NAZI's.

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