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It’s a little-explored piece of history — the impact of air bombings on German civilians during World War II. We hear from a German scholar whose book on that topic has sparked major controversy in Europe, where some have accused him of equating Allied air strikes with Nazi war crimes.
- Jorg Friedrich historian; and author of "The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945" (Columbia Univ. Press)
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