Dresden in the Aftermath of Allied Bombing (February 13-14, 1945)
Until early 1945, Dresden was the only major German city largely spared by Allied air attacks. At the time of the attack, it was no longer of any great military or strategic importance; rather, it served chiefly as a reception point for Silesian refugees. Photo by Walter Hahn.
© Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz / Walter Hahn