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Germany marks 75th anniversary of Dresden bombing as far-right seeks to downplay Nazi crimes

France 24 Thursday, 13 February 2020
Germany will mark 75 years since the destruction of Dresden in World War II on Thursday, with the far right seeking to inflate victim numbers and play down Nazi crimes.
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News video: Thousands of far-right demonstrators rally on 75th anniversary of Dresden bombings amid 'Nazi emergency'

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Far-right groups converged on Dresden to take park in a march to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombings of the German city in World War II.

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