Agreed. There were most definitely rapes, murders, looting, i assume torture of some prisoners and harsh beatings. But it was never systematic or on a large scale, like the nazi death camps or incidents with the japanese like the rape of nanking.
The bombing of cities like dresden were quite atrocious, yes, but it wasnt, in my opinion, as bad as mass executions. the main purpose of bombing cities into the ground was strategy to obliterate the will of the people. Dresden and Tokyo, and the bombings in general were probably the worst things the allies had done during the war. They bombed those cities into little more than rubble. Many of those cities had industrial facilities that were legitimate targets, but the bombing of the city of dresden was a city of little importance, certainly not of an importance to be bombed on the level it had been. Was the only incident of which the allies had committed a terrible act purposefully that i can recall.
Wasnt as bad in my opinion as the mass executions.