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Battle of the Bulge: The Epic WW2 Battle That Cemented American Confidence

Written by Sam Jacobs Subject: History

On this episode of The Resistance Library, Sam and David discuss the Battle of the Bulge.

When we think about American GIs in the European theater of World War II, much of our image comes from the Battle of the Bulge. Named so because of the distinctive "bulge" shape of the front lines, this is where so many American men laid down their lives on fields of frozen mud in France.

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Let me correct that: The bombing of Dresden was 135,000 civilians. Over 15 million German civilians were killed during world war 2. The bombing / war of annihilation of German civilians, occurred throughout the 2nd world war: the bombing of Hamburg, is just one instance.

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Also, the Atomic-bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, while the Japanese emperor, was negotiating surrender?

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I wish Sam and David would investigate and convey: why did Churchill order the firebombing of 700,000 German civilians, 2 months after the German government surrendered to the: Communist allied "allies"? Thanks. http://www.infiniteunknown.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/stamp-churchill-mason.jpg


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