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    • tjac
    • 19.03.10 | 19:02 (IST)

    Come in Haaretz, what is this? "Did Nazis exaggerate death toll in WWII Dresden air raid?" Question mark? This has long been an established fact, the question was only by how much. "unlike the previous estimation of up to half a million casualties, news agencies reported." This makes it sound like there was one previous number and not many different estimates, all except a few mostly by US/British revisionists "historians" ( David Irving springs to mind) in the range of 20.000-40.000. This commission was meant to put the final nail into the mythic Neonazi numbers, not unearth anything that hasn't been know for decades.

    from the article: Did Nazis exaggerate death toll in WWII Dresden air raid?
    First published 10:58 19.03.10 | Last updated 13:44 19.03.10
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