Apocalypse 1945 by David Irving
Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden. The horrifying story of the genocidal firebombing of the German city of Dresden at the end of World War Two. The phosphorous bombs and the firestorm killed 135,000 civilians, a greater loss of life than at Hiroshima. Irving provides a new insight into this infamous crime, showing that it served only the irresponsible vanity of an Allied leader, rather than a military need.