Unlike army soldiers, air forces often have a more abstract and sometimes almost statistical relationship to homicide. Pilots do not see their victims, as became clear during the bombing of Tokyo on the night of March 10, 1945, killing more than 100, perhaps up to 000 people. The intention was to knock out factories and civilians. Major General Curtis lemay was in charge, while the operation was led by Brigadier Thomas Power. The subsequent atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki also led to killings of between 110 and 000. . .
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