Part 12 MussoliniThe daring Prison Break by the most Dangerous man in Europe Otto Skorzeny code-named ‘Operation Oak'. Hitler chooses 3 Men to free Mussolini with an 85% chance of a failure and fatal death they pull it off in under 12 minutes with no shot fired.Also Operation Gomorrah, the Bombing of Hamburg where the Americans would bomb strategic installations, railways, business's during the day, and then at night the british would bomb the tightly knitted residential homes.The attack during the last week of July, 1943, created one of the largest firestorms raised by the RAF and USAAF in World War II, killing 42,600 civilians and wounding 37,000 in Hamburg and practically destroying the entire city.This would be known as Germany's Hiroshima. 1 Million refugees were forced to leave their homes because the city had been demolished. The allies had hoped this would break the Germans and they would be forced to rebel against their Fuhrer, but it had the opposite effect. - Miscellaneous - 34441denobuzz

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Adolf Hitler- The Greatest Story Never Told Pt. 12

Adolf Hitler- The Greatest Story Never Told Pt. 12

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Part 12 Mussolini

The daring Prison Break by the most Dangerous man in Europe Otto Skorzeny code-named ‘Operation Oak'. Hitler chooses 3 Men to free Mussolini with an 85% chance of a failure and fatal death they pull it off in under 12 minutes with no shot fired.

Also Operation Gomorrah, the Bombing of Hamburg where the Americans would bomb strategic installations, railways, business's during the day, and then at night the british would bomb the tightly knitted residential homes.

The attack during the last week of July, 1943, created one of the largest firestorms raised by the RAF and USAAF in World War II, killing 42,600 civilians and wounding 37,000 in Hamburg and practically destroying the entire city.

This would be known as Germany's Hiroshima. 1 Million refugees were forced to leave their homes because the city had been demolished. The allies had hoped this would break the Germans and they would be forced to rebel against their Fuhrer, but it had the opposite effect.

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