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Hiroshima Street Scene with injured Civilians.
Civilians gather in front of the ruined Hiroshima Station, months after the bombing. #
World War II, after the explosion of the atom bomb in August 1945, Hiroshima
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Looking northeast along Teramachi, the Street of Temples, in pre-war Hiroshima. This district was completely ruined. #
50 Years After Hiroshima
The shattered Nagarekawa Methodist Church stands amid the ruins of Hiroshima. #
Hiroshima, 64 years ago
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File photo of Nagasaki after the atomic bomb was dropped on it.
Genbaku Dome, Hiroshima
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The Hiroshima Atomic Dome, the only building left standing near the epicenter of the bombing
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From top left: Hiroshima Castle, baseball game of Hiroshima Toyo Carp in Hiroshima Municipal
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A mushroom cloud rises moments after the atomic bomb was dropped on the Japanese city of
The bombing of Hiroshima
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he A-bomb dome, formerly an industrial promotion building and one of the few
Hiroshima's Genbaku Dome, now the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, was one of the few structures
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Soldiers had been trained not to give water to burn victims, thinking it would worsen
Radiation Burn Victims in Hiroshima
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Sumie Sasaki was fortunate enough to find a bit of beauty amid all the horror.
Like cattle, injured survivors were loaded into rail cars to escape the ruined city.
The theatrical release poster for Dr. Strangelove
The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed about 250.000 people and became the most dreadful
The entrance to a temple is all that is left standing in a Nagasaki street the day after the bomb was dropped. AAP/Australian War Memorial
Hiroshima after the bombing
A white silhouette on a Hiroshima bridge shows an area that wasn't
An aerial view of Hiroshima three weeks after the atomic bomb.
Hiroshima after the bombing.
Hiroshima Scars
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This is the picture (above) of Chinese civilian workshops that were deliberately damaged when Japanese planes flew overhead and littered the city of ...
A survivor's skin burned in the pattern of her kimono
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A Hiroshima tram, 2015
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Hiroshima Flower Festival 2011
For decades this "Hiroshima strike" photo was misidentified as the mushroom cloud of the bomb that formed at c. 08:16. However, due to its much greater ...
Aerial view of Hiroshima depicts the terrific destructive force of the atomic bomb
Architecture in Tokyo
... Unforgettable: Tourists pass the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima.
A typed page of instructions
Atomic Bomb Dome by Jan Letzel and modern Hiroshima
Piles of the Dead, Hiroshima
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Fire II (1950) by Iri Maruki and Toshi Maruki. Paper, Indian ink
A vast devastated area with only a few burned out buildings standing
"No more Hiroshima"
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U.S. President Harry Truman, aboard a U.S. Navy cruiser, reads reports of the Hiroshima
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After a few repeated takes of a priest and several local children amid church ruins, Mimura's camera opens to Hiroshima's citizens moving through the ...
A cathedral in Nagasaki after the bombing.
Another view of the mushroom cloud forming, from further away.
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A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Japan |© Freedom II Andres
This photo was taken about six miles from the scene of the Nagasaki explosion. According
The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed about people and became the most dreadful slaughter of civilians in modern hist.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Looking upstream on the Motoyasugawa, toward the Product Exhibition Hall building (dome) in Hiroshima, before the bombing. The domed building was almost ...
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Black and white photo of a four engined World War II-era aircraft being viewed
A worker stands next to an atomic bomb, nicknamed "Fat Man,"
First-person account: I survived Hiroshima