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Dresden is a city in Germany.

During the Second World War, Dresden was heavily bombed by the United States of America and the United Kingdom. During the raids, the German inhabitants would take shelter in bunkers. On several occasions, the intense heat produced by the bombing would heat the shelters to extreme temperatures. When the the bunkers were opened, the oxygen entering the shelters caused the bodies of the people inside to burst into flames.

Keiko O'Brien taught her class, including Jake Sisko, about the bombing of Dresden. (DS9 novel: Fallen Heroes)

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Dresden was a town in southwestern Ontario, Canada.

It is now a part of Chatham-Kent.

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Dresden was the capital city of the Saxony region of the nation-state Germany on Earth.

In 1945, Dresden was firebombed by the Allies during World War II, killing tens of thousands of people. Unbeknownst to the general population at the time, Starfleet officers Anne Cobry, Scott Fack and Antonio Ramirez successfully stopped an alien invasion, using the bombing to destroy the aliens and restore the timeline. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Hemorrhage")

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