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Among the Dead Cities: The History and Moral Legacy of the WWII Bombing of Civilians in Germany and Japan

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When Nuremberg was scouted in 1945 as a possible site for the Nazi war crime trials, an American damage survey of Germany described it as being "among the dead cities" of that country, for it was 90% destroyed, its population decimated, its facilities lost. As a place to put Nazis on trial, it symbolized the devastation Nazism brought upon Germany, while providing evidence of the destruction the Allies wrought on the country in the course of the war. In "Among the Dead "Cities, the acclaimed philosopher A. C. Grayling asks ...

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