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Britain’s bombing of Dresden near the end of the Second World War was proof that civilian targets “were never a good idea
All cities have stories. One of the joys of urban photography is conveying them with a camera. Dresden, the capital of Saxony, has many tales to tell and may well be the most photogenic of all Germany's big cities.
What a sadness then that late in the evening someone showed me a headline in the Daily Mail saying that I had apologised for the RAF bombing the Nazis. No honest reading of what I said in the church and on the BBC afterwards could come anywhere near such an idea.
A portion of the Zwinger art museum in 1946 still in ruins (William Vandevert, The LIFE Picture Collection) and people walking
A former German politician has protested the rise of the Dresden-based anti-Muslim movement Pegida by tweeting a nude picture
How can we understand the local-national perception gap that allows individuals to override their own everyday knowledge and experience?
I hear you marched in your thousands against my religion. Last week, and last month. You marched against immigrants, foreigners, and anyone a shade darker. I will not draw comparisons to Nazi Germany. I will not call you bigots, I will not insult you, and I will not label you. But we do have a problem.
The group that has attracted tens of thousands to its anti-Islam rallies has called off the latest one because of an alleged
A record number of right-wing protesters stormed through the eastern German city of Dresden for the latest in a series of