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Soldier at table with victims of US atomic bombing of Hiroshima, 6 August, 1945. Photographer: Yoshito Matsushige. S)

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Soldier at table with victims of US atomic bombing of Hiroshima, 6 August, 1945. Photographer: Yoshito Matsushige. S)

40 Hiroshima pictures they didn’t want us to see http://www.springoo.com/history/hiroshima-the-pictures-they-didnt-want-us-to-see/

40 Hiroshima pictures they didn’t want us to see http://www.springoo.com/history/hiroshima-the-pictures-they-didnt-want-us-to-see/

Victim of Atomic Bomb.United States of North America commits the biggest genocide in the history of humanity takes the atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, killing 96% of its civilian population in its majority, leaving a 4% severely damaged by the effects of radiation on a act of shame - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Victim of Atomic Bomb.United States of North America commits the biggest genocide in the history of humanity takes the atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, killing 96% of its civilian population in its majority, leaving a 4% severely damaged by the effects of radiation on a act of shame - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

On August 9, 1945, the B-29 bomber “Bockscar” sliced through the clouds above the Japanese city of Nagasaki and unleashed a 22-kiloton plutonium bomb known as “Fat Man.” The blinding white light that followed was sickeningly familiar to Tsutomu Yamaguchi, an engineer who just three days before had been severely injured in the atomic attack at Hiroshima. Seventy years later, learn the story of the man who endured two separate nuclear blasts and lived to tell the tale.

On August 9, 1945, the B-29 bomber “Bockscar” sliced through the clouds above the Japanese city of Nagasaki and unleashed a 22-kiloton plutonium bomb known as “Fat Man.” The blinding white light that followed was sickeningly familiar to Tsutomu Yamaguchi, an engineer who just three days before had been severely injured in the atomic attack at Hiroshima. Seventy years later, learn the story of the man who endured two separate nuclear blasts and lived to tell the tale.

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