never expected - due to carpet bombing
during that time.
In Self-Portrait as Bomber Harris (all works 2006), McEwen recreates an official black-and-white portrait photograph of Sir Arthur "Bomber" Harris, the British air marshal who oversaw the carpet bombing
of German cities.
THE DESTRUCTION of Dresden by Allied bombers in 1945 has become a worldwide symbol of the horrors of 'carpet bombing
They have selective targets, not carpet bombing
for now,'' he said.
Geena Davis, as the first woman President, is doing some cultural carpet bombing
for the notion that a woman could be President of this country.
RAMESSES The Tomb (Invada Records UK)--Produced by Billy Anderson this features former Ewiz members, and levels the playing field with carpet bombing
riffs of repetition.
I do take issue with Moore's statement, "The problem is for Germany to outline its loss without pretending to be victimized." Surely many Germans --young, elderly, infirm or handicapped--were innocent of both genocide and the waging of aggressive war, yet all were victimized without distinction in the carpet bombing
of Hamburg, Dresden, Cologne, Essen, Wurzburg, Pforzheim and many other cities.
Since Reunification, the German government has been working diligently to rebuild hotels, railroads, subways and parts of Dresden still left unrepaired since its carpet bombing
during the Second World War.
During the Second World War, in February 1945, British and American bombers targeted Dresden in a carpet bombing
raid which killed more than 25,000 people and reduced the historic city - including its Baroque cathedral - to rubble.
A case in point is the aforementioned prewarned destruction of selected Serbian buildings during the Kosovo war where carpet bombing
became a thing of the past.
In the end, the financial supervisor really is the foot soldier of financial stability while macroeconomic policies are like carpet bombing
. They are done from 60,000 feet.
And that conjecture would have consequences in American thinking in the decades to come in the bombing campaigns ahead in Korea and especially Vietnam, where massive caves and underground fortifications were eerily reminiscent of Okinawa and likewise impregnable to occasionally mindless American carpet bombing