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The time of 8:15 a.m., August 6th, 1945 is an eternally memorable moment for the world as well as for Hiroshima.

, August 1945 is an eternally memorable moment for the world as well as for Hiroshima.

Rusmea : Os dramáticos desenhos dos sobreviventes da bomba atômica

A severely burned mother and her child asked the EFTSA for water and a man.

Steampunk is a sub-genre of fantasy and speculative fiction set in an era or world where steam power is still widely used.

Exotic clocks and watches “Time does not exist.” – wall graffiti Today we look at various clocks, watches and means to tell the time, a fleeting continuum that is ot…

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Tick, Tock, Eco Clocks: Recycled Wood Wall Clocks by Infinity Arts

Female students at Nukushina Elementary School. Scene from the window is the burning city of Hiroshima.

Female students at Nukushina Elementary School. Scene from the window is the burning city of Hiroshima.

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Our beautifuyl line of wall clocks are crafted entirely from natural stones

The Wattersons in formal clothing as survivors of Hiroshima made for a request by RegisteredAccount to me. Pretty much Anais, Darwin and Gumball wears in same clothes from my first pin except that it was the first time they appeared with the first pin. Introducing Nicole in a red dress and Richard in an old brown tuxedo from both The Ape and The Wand. (Yeah, boy! Finally. Fudge yeah! Now I really need the second one. Its name is the Fitzgeralds.) Banzai! Banzai! Banzai! Banzai! Banzai!

The Wattersons in anti-Imperial Japanese Army uniforms.

Attitude of Gratitude Day 12: The Here and Now

Attitude of Gratitude Day The Here and Now

被爆者の描いた絵:遺族の手記―流灯― | HIROSHIMA SPEAKS OUT

A man whose eye had popped out made his way in a person's direction during black rain and when firesmoke soaks over Hiroshima.

By Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor Matsumura Kazuo, 32 years old in August 1945

Art By Atomic Bomb Survivors In Japan

Survivors of the atomic blasts at Hiroshima and Nagasaki are called hibakusha, some of them created imagery showing the pain and sorrow of that time.

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