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Lanterns for 140,000 'spirits': Hiroshima marks anniversary of A-bomb as Japanese PM admits he 'regrets' nuclear power

Lanterns for 140,000 'spirits': Hiroshima marks anniversary of A-bomb as Japanese PM admits he 'regrets' nuclear power

Lanterns for 'spirits': Hiroshima marks anniversary of A-bomb as Japanese PM admits he 'regrets' nuclear power

The CAUSE of the bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan: After the Japanese bombing on Pearl Harbor in the United States in 1945, the US seek vengeance on Japan; and thus, they decide to test out their first nuclear bombs on major cities of Japan. Above is an image of models of the two bombs dropped.

Fat Man & Little Boy: Bombs dropped on Nagasaki & Hiroshima, Japan which resulted in massive destruction surrender of the Japanese during WWII. From the Atomic Heritage Foundation.

hiroshima bomb ceremony lanterns Re-Pinned by HistorySimulation.com

In Japan, gods are invited to attend festivals. There's often a little ceremony to say goodbye to these honoured guests at the close of the festival.

Hiroshima. The first thing that usually comes to mind when people hear that, is the atomic bomb. With the Peace Memorial Park being one of the...

Love the photos on this lens! The first thing that usually comes to mind when people hear that, is the atomic bomb. With the Peace Memorial Park being one of the.

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Saikoku temple's three-Storied Pagoda is a buddhist temple in Hiroshima Prefecture Onomichi City.

Floating lanterns, Hiroshima, Japan

Paper lanterns floating on the Motoyasu River at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan. The event marks the anniversary of the atomic bombing by the United States in In Japan, people float lanterns on the waters to send off spirits of the dead.

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