Professor Frederick Lindemann
Allied War Crimes Terror bombing
[Zionist.Chief Scientific advisor to Winston Curchill. He was made Lord Cherwell in 1941 and Viscount Cherwell in 1956. He advocated the wartime carpet bombing of German cities and civilians, called the 'Lindemann Plan' (Terror bombing), and was a strong doubter of the existence of the Nazi "V" weapons program. Lindemann enthusiastically supported the infamous Morgenthau Plan, which Churchill subsequently endorsed. Another Zionist fond of bombing civilians was Kissinger, in his case Cambodia.]
See: Allied War CrimesMorgenthau
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Churchill's Secret War: The British Empire and Ravaging of India During World War II by Madhusree Mukerjee The Churchill industry has always denied that their idol could have done anything to relieve the Bengal famine. Shipping, they claim, was scarce and it just wasn't possible to send food to Bengal. Mukerjee nails those "terminological inexactitudes" with precision. There was a shipping glut in summer and autumn 1943, thanks to the US transferring cargo ships to British control. Churchill, Lindemann and their close associates simply did not consider Indian lives worth saving.
Winston Churchill and the War Department set up a situation where London would be blitzed, without telling the people that Britain had started the process several months earlier. This had the effect of getting Britons into a mood for total war, without the traditional restraints of civilised ‘laws’ or conventions, restraints which had hitherto established that civilians would not as such be targeted
......In March 1942 Churchill’s War Cabinet adopted the ‘Lindemann plan’, whereby civilian targeting became official. Working-class homes were preferred to upper-class because they were closer together, and so a greater flesh-incineration-per-bomb could be achieved. The Jewish German émigré Professor Frederick Lindemann, Churchill's friend and scientific advisor had by then become Lord Cherwell. He submitted a plan to the War Cabinet on March 30th urging that German working-class houses be targeted in preference to military objectives, the latter being harder to hit. Middle-class homes had too much space around them, he explained. He was not prosecuted for a ghastly new war-crime, hitherto undreamt-of. Thereby all cities and town over 50,000 inhabitants could be destroyed, or at least brought to ruin. The War Cabinet realised that no inkling of this must reach the public. How Britain Pioneered City Bombing by Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD
As the air war against National Socialist Europe developed the civilian
populations of Germany, Austria, Hungary and other European cities and towns,
were increasingly targeted as a means of causing maximum bloodshed and
instilling outright terror. This began on 11 March 1942 with the adoption of the
Lindemann Plan by the British War Cabinet.
....This genocidal policy continued with undiminished ferocity until the end of the war in May 1945. "The bombing during this period was not as the Germans complained indiscriminate. On the contrary it was concentrated on working class houses because, as Churchill’s Jewish key advisor, Professor Frederick Lindemann maintained, a higher percentage of bloodshed per ton of explosives dropped could be expected from bombing houses built close together, rather than by bombing higher class houses surrounded by gardens."
"I am in full agreement (of terror bombing)." added Sir Archibald Sinclair, Secretary for Air (RAF). "I am all for the bombing of working class areas in German cities. I am a Cromwellian - I believe in 'slaying in the name of the Lord."  TERROR BOMBING: THE CRIME OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Michael Walsh
This genocidal policy continued with undiminished ferocity until the end of the war in May 1945. "The bombing during this period was not as the Germans complained indiscriminate. On the contrary it was concentrated on working class houses because, as Churchill’s Jewish key advisor, Professor Frederick Lindemann maintained, a higher percentage of bloodshed per ton of explosives dropped could be expected from bombing houses built close together, rather than by bombing higher class houses surrounded by gardens."  TERROR BOMBING: THE CRIME OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Michael Walsh
"On 13th February 1945 I was a navigator on one of
the Lancaster bombers which devastated Dresden. I well remember the briefing by
our Group Captain. We were told that the Red Army was
thrusting towards Dresden and that the town would be crowded with refugees and
that the center of the town would be full of women and children. Our aiming
point would be the market place.
I recall that we were somewhat uneasy, but we did as we were told. We accordingly bombed the target and on our way back our wireless operator picked up a German broadcast accusing the RAF of terror tactics, and that 65,000 civilians had died. We dismissed this as German propaganda.
The penny didn't drop until a few weeks later when my squadron received a visit from the Crown Film Unit who were making the wartime propaganda films. There was a mock briefing, with one notable difference. The same Group Captain now said, 'as the market place would be filled with women and children on no account would we bomb the center of the town. Instead, our aiming point would be a vital railway junction to the east.
I can categorically confirm that the Dresden raid was a black mark on Britain's war record. The aircrews on my squadron were convinced that this wicked act was not instigated by our much-respected guvnor 'Butch' Harris but by Churchill. I have waited 29 years to say this, and it still worries me."  TERROR BOMBING: THE CRIME OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Michael Walsh
The remains of German town of Wesel after intensive allied area bombing in 1945 (destruction rate 98% of all buildings)