ALLIED BOMBINGS OF GERMAN CITIES DURING WORLD WAR II ARE WARCRIMES/LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Despite of the heathwave it is important to mention the wrongs in history!
I already did it in Dutch [article and Letter to the Editor], but now I wrote this Letter to the Editor about the allied bombings of German cities during WO II,
Especially because it strikes me, that even after 75 years liberation of the nazi terror, there are still people, and many of them, who deny the fact that those allied bombings on cities, civilian goals, were forbidden, even in those times! 
This Letter to the Editor I’ve sent to a number of British, American and German newspapers.
Of course I have no idea, whether they publish it or not, so I want to share my Letter with you.
See the Letter to the Editor under note 1
Hoping you all stay healthy in those dangerous Corona days.
The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns, villages, dwellings, or buildings which are undefended is prohibited.
ARTICLE 25, THE HAGUE CONVENTION 
LAWS AND CUSTOMS OF WAR ON LAND
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
ALLIED BOMBINGS OF GERMAN CITIES DURING WORLD WAR II ARE WARCRIMES
Letter to the Editor
Again and again it strikes me, that even after 75 year liberation of the Nazi terror, many people still deny the fact, that the British-American bombings of German cities were warcrimes.
Of course there is a story behind this:
After the killing of 40 000 British civilians by German bombings during the Blitz [warcrimes of course, but nobody denies that], it was payback time, not only out of revenge, but also to destroy the German economy and war industry.
Another motive for lage scale bombing was to break the morale of the German people and the hope they would rise up against the nazi regime.
Rather ridiculous, since the deadly air attacks were caused by the Allied forces and the caused destruction was ther sole responsibility.
Therefore it was no surprise, that the German people became more and more hostile to the Allied forces, being the killers of the people they loved.
Not only bombings on civilians and civilian goals are morally wrong, even in that time they were forbidden according article 25 of the Hague Convention 
Attacks on military goals of course were permitted.
Yet bombings on civilian goals took place, as well by the Allied as the Central Powers.
Firestorms on German cities and villages, since firebombs were used, with as a consequence, that people burned alive.
In 1942, the German city Cologne was attacked with 1000 firebombs and at an attack on the German city Pforzheim in february 1945, 30 percent of the population had been killed.
Was the Nazi top hunted and killed?
Not at all, ordinary people.
Dozens of cities were attacked, Cologne,Hamburg,,Berlin,Dusseldorf,Osnabruck,Kalsruhe,Dessau,,Potsdam and on and on.
Deeply morally inferior was the fact, that even in may 1945, when Germany was about to surrender,bombing took place.
Not only the bombing of Dresden [february 1945] was a warcrime, all those other bombings, too.
More than half million German civilians were killed by those merciless carpet bombings and miliions of people were left homeless.
High time to acknowledge that ”the good side of history” committed warcrimes too and not only Hiroshima and Nagasaki.