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Sometimes tragedies that have little to distinguish them from a widerange of similar events and which can make no claim to record numbersof casualties or destructive impact go down in history as fundamentaland emblematic. This is the case of two of the airstrikes discussed in this volume: Barcelona and Dresden. Other tragedies, however, aresometimes obscured by circumstances elsewhere. This is the case of the ?other Guernicas?: that is to say, the bombings of Otxandio, Durangoand Elorrio in Biscay. They are good examples not only of thebrutality inherent in all wars and of how methods of combat becomeincreasingly barbaric as conflicts wear on but also of the way inwhich some circumstances push events to the forefront of history andmake them emblematic.