Monday, October 1, 2007

The Bombing of Münster

Pro-life activist Joe Wall writes of the bombing of Münster during WWII. Share


Unknown said...

This wasn't entirely unprecedented. You are, I hope, familiar with General Sherman?

elena maria vidal said...

Yes, dear. He did not have airplanes, though. Thank God.

Anonymous said...

When one country wages war against another country everyone becomes an enemy, as well as a victim, of the ensuing destruction, not just military targets. In Manila during WWII when the Japanese army occupied the city they placed anti-aircraft artillery inside private homes so as not to be detected by American planes.