The documents showed that there was a fire storm in the city center of Dresden on the day of the USAAF attack.
Yes. A firestorm that was over with before the US bombers even got near the place.
The documents showed that the USAAF used an ordnance mix developed by the RAF to cause fire storms.
You need more than just a good incendiary mix. You need to intentionally spread the incendiaries throughout a city center.
The dcouments showed that the RAF did not bomb the city center
IF they showed that, then they are wrong. The RAF most certainly did spread incendiaries throughout the city center, in a deliberate (and successful) attempt to start a firestorm.
I'm a bit skeptical that the documents showed that however.
and they did not bomb in the day time.
Correct. When the RAF spread incendiaries throughout the city center in an attempt to start a firestorm, they did it at night -- hours before the US bombers arrived in the daytime.
Among the witnesses to the firestorm were American prisoners of war (that included an army scout who sheltered with the other POWs and the guards in Schlachthof funf--Slaughter House Five--his name was Vonnegut).
That they witnessed the UK's firestorm is hardly evidence that the US caused it.
You simply pulled your typical stunt of saying nope, because you can't abide being contradicted and you won't accept any evidence which contradicts you.
Well, aside from the preposterous claim that the UK bombers didn't bomb the Dresden city center, I've seen nothing in what you listed that contradicts me.
And in that one contradiction, I am in fact correct.
(Although I'm still skeptical that the documents really contradict me.)