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'Much worse than a failure, Churchill's policy of deliberate terrorisation of civilians must count as one of the greatest war crimes of the 20th century'*
Now while no great fan of Churchill's, this statement to me seems rather overblown, does the bombing campaign(I'm assuming this is the terrorist act to which the reviewer refers) against German cities stand in the first rank of war crimes with the holocaust? Do these sort of statements, critical in the worst way of an allied leader, infer there is some revision occuring as to culpability in the second world war? I would be interested in any input from fellow posters.
*quote taken from: The Age, Saturday, 16th of November, Saturday Extra, pg 9, 'The lingering shadow'
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