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Download file to see previous pages The second wave involved targeted dropping of bombs to trigger fires. The first two incendiaries burnt out all remaining functional structures as well as destroying civilian shelters. Finally, the third wave of bombers dropped gas on cities with the aim of killing as many people as possible in each city based on accounts by Spaight. Bombings in Britain and Germany were highly destructive because of the many innocent lives were lost and property of great value destroyed.
Perpetrators of the bombings had three main objectives. First, perpetrators targeted terrorize sections of the population perceived as enemies in a manner that would either kill their morale or compel them to surrender. The second objective was to influence populations within Germany to rise against their government to terminate its hostile activities. British and American allies carried out bombing campaigns of two different types including area bombing and precision bombing.
Though named precision bombing, Spaight mentions that it was not accurate. The British America used aerial bombardment primarily to destroy specific industrial or military targets. The whole operation involved massive killing of civilians. However, deaths of civilians remained unfortunate before the bombers because they considered such deaths results of inaccuracy. Accounts by Spaight provide that the bombers claimed no intend to kill civilians wholesale. In February 1942, RAF abandoned city killing in favor of area bombing until the end of Europe war.
Area bombing on the other hand targeted entire cities that covered large square miles, unlike the precision bombing that targeted military sites or industrial areas. Waves of bombers ran after wave during area bombers that involved up to 1000 airplanes that dropped over one thousand tons of bombs on targeted cities.
One of the values that informed the two accounts of Britain and Spaight, as Spaight writes, is that of pity. The two accounts expressed ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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