I Survived the Tet Offensive, and the Angolan Civil War

Reading the Wikipedia page on Terence Hill, I came across the following:

"As a child, he lived in the small town of Lommatzsch, Germany from 1943 to 1945 during World War II, surviving the Dresden Bombing."

Well, yes, living in an actual different town than Dresden no doubt helped him survive that bombing.


  1. They're 40km apart. This was before Daniel Kuehn's favorite humanitarian invention (drones).

    1. Yes, I looked them up on a map before I posted this. I think even in WWII, it was not that hard to survive an attack in a city 40 klicks away.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Central Planning Works!

The biggest intellectual nothing burger of the last century?