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"I thought I knew what happened at Dresden on that fiery day in 1945 -- and then I read this book."--James Bradley "Taylor carefully debunks .... the 'pervasive postwar myth' ... What emerges is a picture markedly different from conventional accounts."--New York Times Book Review "A major contribution to the story of Dresden."--Christian Science Monitor "Compelling ... Mr. Taylor makes a persuasive case that Dresden was not an innocent bystander in the tragedy that was WWII."--Washington Times "Deeply affecting ... a bracing rebuke to the myths and propaganda that have painted over the memory of this tragedy."--People "[An] authoritative and moving account .... Impeccably documented."--The Independent (London) "The enigmatic past and the patient muse of history are brilliantly served ... by this blockbuster of a book."--Chicago Sun-Times "In narrative power and persuasion, [Taylor] has paralleled in DRESDEN what Antony Beevor achieved in STALINGRAD."--Nicholas Fearn, The Independent on Sunday (London) "Genius...an absolutely magnificent work both of scholarship and of narration."--The Literary Review (London) "Groundbreaking ... [shines] new light on that fateful day and the resulting myths."--Calgary Sun "Compelling ... [Taylor] puts the assault in its proper context to reveal the inherent moral tangle of total war."--Atlantic Monthly "A strong and provocative work of World War II scholarship."--Library Journal "Well-researched, objective and compassionate...Frederick Taylor convincingly sets the record straight."--Anthony Looch, Daily Post (Liverpool) "A riveting narrative account."--Salon.com "Anyone who thinks that during World War Two Dresden manufactured just chinaware must read this penetrating book."--Stanley P. Hirschson, author of General Patton: A Soldier's Life "A provocative re-examination of the bombing of Dresden ... elgantly written and deeply moving."--Peter Duffy, author of The Bielski Brothers "Fascinating....a fine, revealing work of revisionist history. He has also given us a deeply haunting human drama."--Houston Chronicle "Accomplished."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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