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Posted: 30 Apr 2008 14:13
After 'Damaged in World War II' was introduced, the 'Blown Up' connection seems superfluous or at least has a lot of sites in common with 'Damaged in World War II'.
Shall we delete it? I like the WWII-one better, as it's more specific.
Posted: 30 Apr 2008 18:16
I agree with Els.
Posted: 1 May 2008 04:45
Just be aware that there are likely to be quite a large number of properties (particularly in Europe) which were "damaged" in WWII - we need to add Westminster for instance. "Blown up" is far more extreme than "Damaged in ...."
Also, it seems a shame to "lose" other blown up buildings where this act was/is quite significant on what we see (or don't see!!) today. I would prefer to remove Genbaku dome and add it to the WWII connection and keep/add to the "Blown up" one!
Posted: 23 May 2008 12:30
Blown Up or Destroyed during invasion ??
- My Son, Vietnam by American Bombing Druing Vietnam War in 1969
- Hue, Vietnam by American bombing during the Battle of Hue in 1968
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