2 edition of history of Dresden found in the catalog.
history of Dresden
|Statement||by Robert Brandon.|
|LC Classifications||F5547D7 B73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
For more than sixty years, St. Martin’s Press has published award-winning history books on a range of subjects. Drawing on this impressive stable of experts from ancient, medieval, modern, contemporary, and military history, The History Reader offers articles, interviews, insights, and further reading for history buffs and book lovers everywhere. Mr. Taylor has written a very readable, well researched book on the most (in)famous Allied bombing effort in Germany. He gives a fine history of the city of Dresen, and air war theories from the 's, and decribes earlier bombing attacks like London, Warsaw, Coventry, Hamburg, and Essen.5/5(5).
Dresden: Tuesday, 13 February, Paperback – 7 Feb Taylor's thoroughly researched and sourced book is a concise history of Dresden, the bombing, and the aftermath, and addresses many of the narratives that arose post Irving. If you are interested in history, and not just spectacle and horror, then this is book/5(). The Dresden Files are Jim’s first published series, telling the story of Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, Chicago’s first (and only) Wizard P.I. The series is slated to run books: “case books” like we’ve seen so far, capped by a Big Apocalyptic Trilogy, because who doesn’t love apocalyptic trilogies? B Peace.
The tour goes over the history of Dresden during the Third Reich, Kurt Vonnegut’s life, and how he ended up writing Slaughterhouse-Five. Not only was the tour super interesting, but the tour is also conducted by Danillo, a former teacher who conceived the tour and owns the tour company. Dresden's cultural heyday came during the 18th-century reigns of Augustus the Strong (August der Starke) and his son Augustus III, who sponsored many of Dresden’s iconic buildings, including the Zwinger and the Frauenkirche. While the devastating Allied firestorm levelled most of these treasures, their contents were safely removed before.
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Bombing of Dresden: Aftermath From February 13 to History of Dresden bookduring the final months of World War II (), Allied forces bombed the historic city of Dresden, located in eastern Germany.
To a degree, Dresden’s reputation as one of Europe’s great art and architectural treasures also started in destruction when, inhalf the city was devastated by fire.
The city was rebuilt in a more Renaissance style, the royal palace being a prime example, which had become the permanent home to the royal family in In the 16th.
David Irving would claim in his book, The Destruction of Dresden, that the bombing was “the biggest single massacre in European history.” His estimate oftodead was long. Frederick Taylor's well-researched and unpretentious book is a robust defence of the Dresden raids that counters recent attempts to recast the nation that gave the world Auschwitz as the second.
The original book 'Dresden' written prior to the mid 's told the truth without any revision of history or facts. In the original book, one pilot reported that while flying at 5, feet on a bombing run he saw, because of the fierce /5(9).
'A troubling book I have never seen [the attack] better described it grips by its passion and originality.' - Max Hastings, The Times – ‘There was a desire to wipe the stain of Dresden from the historical record. It is, therefore, a difficult subject to sell to a British readership, but a necessary one 5/5(1).
I found this book to be very interesting. I was expecting more of a war book describing the bombing of Dresden, the units involved in the destruction of the city and casualty statistics for both sides. The reader will learn about the bombing but the focus of the book is the morality of the bombing of the city so late in World War II.4/4(11).
Although the focus of the book is the bombing in Februarythe book also includes a brief history of Dresden and Saxony, the Nazi era, events in England and Europe during WWII and the development of military technology that made the devastating bombing possible. The author discusses the role the city played in Nazi warfare production and /5.
I also highly recommend the book On the Natural History of Destruction by W.G. Sebald (the first half of the book). Not specifically about just Dresden but a great piece on the bombings of German cities and why authors and people in Germany in general didn't talk much about it.
posted by perhapses at AM on Janu Book 17 in The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher will be titled Battle Ground and is expected out this year, with a release date announced for a little.
History of Dresden, Maine: Formerly a Part of the Old Town of Pownalborough, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year Charles Edwin Allen Jennie G. Everson, Eleanor L. Everson, - Dresden (Me.) - pages.
The Destruction of Dresden is a non-fiction book which describes the February bombing of Dresden in World War II. The book is based on a series of 37 articles written on the strategic bombing during World War II by David Irving called Wie Deutschlands Städte starben (English: How Germany's Cities Died) for the German journal Neue Illustrierte.4/5.
I would have given the book five stars if the author's elegant prose and his extremely detailed description of Dresden's culture, history and daily life before the bombing had been matched by an unbiased report of the facts and by decent, not grotesque portraits of the characters — which should be the main duty of an historian/5(25).
The Dresden Frauenkirche, a masterpiece of European architecture, was a central element of the city centre skyline for over years. The church was built between andunder the supervision of architect George Bähr. The devastating bombing raids on Dresden in Februaryhowever, were too much for even this impressive construction.
VERDICT Well researched, powerfully written, and balanced, this book will let the reader decide whether the bombing of Dresden was a war crime or a calculated step to bring a long and bloody war to an end.
For all interested in military history and World War : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. Dresden provides a thorough description of the Allied decision-making process—involving not only Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris and the other “bomber barons” but the Allied heads of state as well—that placed Dresden on the target list.
He gives a fascinating account of the RAF night raid that set the city : Historynet Staff. History of Dresden, Maine formerly a part of the old town of Pownalborough: from its earliest settlement to the year by Charles Edwin Allen.
Published by Kennebec Journal Print. Shop] in [Augusta, Me. Written in EnglishPages: History of the City of Dresden Founded on the site of a Slavonic fishing village as a merchants' settlement and the seat of the local rulers, Dresden was from the 15th century onwards residence of the Saxon dukes, electoral princes and later kings.
Firestorm: The Bombing of Dresden, by Paul Addision and Jeremy A. Crang, editors, Chicago, Ivan R. Dee,$ The Allied air raid on the beautiful Saxon city of Dresden was a defining moment that bridged the World War II and the Cold War. 75 years ago this week Dresden, in Saxony, known as the ‘jewel box’ because of its stunning architecture was obliterated by British and American bombers.
The flames reached almost a mile high. Aro people were thought to have been killed. The novelist Kurt Vonnegut was there. It was he who wrote that the smouldering landscape was like walking on the surface of. It is highly recommended * BBC History Magazine * A passionate and original account of the Allied bombing of Dresden inone of the most controversial evens of the Second World War * Best Books of our favourites so far * McKay's book is better than narrative history.
It is biography, but of place, rather than person/5(). Book Ghost Story Harry Dresden is just a little bit dead at the moment, felled by an unknown assassin’s bullet. Stripped of all his tricks, Harry must solve the case of his own murder and find a way back into the land of the living before it’s too late.
This book moves slowly as Dresden comes to grips with his new : Meghan Ball.Dresden, city, capital of Saxony Land (state), eastern n is the traditional capital of Saxony and the third largest city in eastern Germany after Berlin and lies in the broad basin of the Elbe River between Meissen and Pirna, 19 miles (30 km) north of the Czech border and miles ( km) south of Berlin.
Sheltering hills north and south of the Elbe valley .