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'''Arthur Harris''' (April 13, 1892 – April 5, 1984) was the commander of the [[Royal Air Force|RAF]] Bomber Command. He was an influencial person during the [[Second World War]], in case of ordering bombing of [[Germany|German]] cities like Lübeck (1942), [[Hamburg]] (1943), Kassel (1943), [[Frankfurt]] (1944), Braunschweig (1944), [[Magdeburg]] (1945), [[Dresden]] (1945), Pforzheim (1945), Mainz (1945), Würzburg (1945) and Hildesheim (1945).
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'''Arthur Harris''' (April 13, 1892 – April 5, 1984) was the commander of the [[Royal Air Force|RAF]] Bomber Command. He was an influential person during the [[Second World War]], in case of ordering bombing of [[Germany|German]] cities like Lübeck (1942), [[Hamburg]] (1943), Kassel (1943), [[Frankfurt]] (1944), Braunschweig (1944), [[Magdeburg]] (1945), [[Dresden]] (1945), Pforzheim (1945), Mainz (1945), Würzburg (1945) and Hildesheim (1945).
  
 
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[[Category:World War II]]

Latest revision as of 14:31, July 12, 2016

Arthur Harris (April 13, 1892 – April 5, 1984) was the commander of the RAF Bomber Command. He was an influential person during the Second World War, in case of ordering bombing of German cities like Lübeck (1942), Hamburg (1943), Kassel (1943), Frankfurt (1944), Braunschweig (1944), Magdeburg (1945), Dresden (1945), Pforzheim (1945), Mainz (1945), Würzburg (1945) and Hildesheim (1945).