On the right is a 1943 article that was cabled from Stockholm, Sweden, relaying assorted firsthand narratives of the Allied bombing campaign over the German city of Hamburg in 1943:
"Eyewitness accounts of men and women who escaped the holocaust of Hamburg picture the utter horror of a great city's destruction, it's people terrified beyond endurance and too dazed to panic. It's a clear preview of what is happening to German morale."
The witnesses were all escaped Scandinavian laborers who had been working in that city.
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