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Bombing of Warsaw in World War II
The Bombing of Warsaw in World War II refers both to the terror bombing campaign by Luftwaffe during the September Campaign and to the German bombing raids on Warsaw during the Warsaw Uprising. Germans did not hesitate to bomb hospitals marked with Red Cross symbol. In the course of the war approximately 84% of the city was destroyed, largely due to German mass bombings, however heavy artillery fire was also responsible.
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