Bombing of Cao Khoat (7 March 1945)

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Bombing of Cao Khoat
Part of Air Raids on Quenmin during the Second Europan War
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Date6/7 March 1945
Result Concordian victory
Concordia Đại Quến
Units involved
XXII Bomber Command 1st Anti-Aircraft Infantry Division
8th Air Division

The Bombing of Cao Khoat was an air raid operation initiated by Lucis Commonwealth nation Concordia. It's objective was to eliminate the city's industrial district and decrease civilian morale for the war. The operation was codenamed Operation Rainfall.

Over 100,000 civilians were killed and a million were rendered homeless as a result of the firebombing.