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Bottles crooked in the heat rays of the atomic bomb. Hiroshima Japan.
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Bottles crooked in the heat rays of the atomic bomb. Hiroshima Japan.

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by Christer Strömholm. "Time engraves our faces with all the tears we have not shed.

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the ‘ant-walking alligators’.They had once been human. When the sky exploded, they’d had the misfortune to survive. Faces turned to the blast, the skin had been seared from their skulls; leaving only a black, leathery substance without eyes or features. All that remained was a red hole where their mouths had once been. They staggered about the outskirts of Hiroshima, avoided by other survivors
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the ‘ant-walking alligators’.They had once been human. When the sky exploded, they’d had the misfortune to survive. Faces turned to the blast, the skin had been seared from their skulls; leaving only a black, leathery substance without eyes or features. All that remained was a red hole where their mouths had once been. They staggered about the outskirts of Hiroshima, avoided by other survivors

the ‘ant-walking alligators’.They had once been human. When the sky exploded, they’d had the misfortune to survive. Faces turned to the blast, the skin had been seared from their skulls; leaving only a black, leathery substance without eyes or features. All that remained was a red hole where their mouths had once been. They staggered about the outskirts of Hiroshima, avoided by other survivors
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Nagasaki and Hiroshima anniversary: Powerful photos of survivor show effects of atomic bomb 70 years on - Asia - World - The Independent
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Nagasaki and Hiroshima anniversary: Powerful photos of survivor show effects of atomic bomb 70 years on - Asia - World - The Independent

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1st atomic bomb: Crew of 'Enola Gay' over Hiroshima, Japan: Maj. Thomas W. Ferebee, bombardier; Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. pilot; Capt. Theodore J. Van Kirk, navigator; Capt. Robert Lewis, officer crew; 5 Aug 1945.
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1st atomic bomb: Crew of 'Enola Gay' over Hiroshima, Japan: Maj. Thomas W. Ferebee, bombardier; Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. pilot; Capt. Theodore J. Van Kirk, navigator; Capt. Robert Lewis, officer crew; 5 Aug 1945.

1st atomic bomb: Crew of 'Enola Gay' over Hiroshima, Japan: Maj. Thomas W. Ferebee, bombardier; Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. pilot; Capt. Theodore J. Van Kirk, navigator; Capt. Robert Lewis, officer crew; 5 Aug 1945.
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"Hiroshima - People moved out to peripheral districts outside the city, only to die at temporary relief stations. There were so many dead that the task of burying the bodies became too great. Those buried were later exhumed years later for proper burial." 'Hiroshima - Nagasaki - A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction' 1978
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Consequences of Hiroshima, August 1945

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"Hiroshima - People moved out to peripheral districts outside the city, only to die at temporary relief stations. There were so many dead that the task of burying the bodies became too great. Those buried were later exhumed years later for proper burial." 'Hiroshima - Nagasaki - A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction' 1978

"Hiroshima - People moved out to peripheral districts outside the city, only to die at temporary relief stations. There were so many dead that the task of burying the bodies became too great. Those buried were later exhumed years later for proper burial."     'Hiroshima - Nagasaki - A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction' 1978

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The infamous mushroom cloud, an after effect of an atomic explosion over land… This was the first time the atom bomb was used in warfare. The bomb over Hiroshima more or less put an end to the Second World War. Here, the mushroom cloud as seen over Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945. The image is remembered even today, as a terrifying beauty that the world never wants to see again.

the infamous mushroom cloud, the effect of an atomic explosion over land… This was the first time the atom bomb was used in warfare. The bomb over Hiroshima more or less put an end to the Second World War.

<strong>Not published in LIFE.</strong> A boy badly burned by the Hiroshima bomb four years earlier, seen in 1949.

After Hiroshima: Portraits of Survivors

Carl Mydans - After Hiroshima: Portraits of Survivors of the united states' atomic attack on Hiroshima, Japan, boy badly burned by the bomb four years earlier, seen in 1949

The damage of atomic bomb which Hiroshima received.  A father suffering burns on his arms pushes his injured wife and daughter  home - 1945 ~

The damage of atomic bomb which Japanese Hiroshima received. A father suffering burns on his arms pushes his injured wife and daughter home.

After Hiroshima: Portraits of Survivors

After Hiroshima: Portraits of Survivors

Caption from LIFE. Flash-burned boy is measured by pediatrician. Growth of such children is checked regularly.

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The damage of atomic bomb which Japanese Hiroshima received.   Keloids unique to atomic bomb victims.

The damage of atomic bomb which Japanese Hiroshima received. Keloids unique to atomic bomb victims.

Hiroshima - The heart of the city by air, only the white roads giving an indication of where different buildings once stood.      'Hiroshima - Nagasaki - A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction' 1978

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Hiroshima - The heart of the city by air, only the white roads giving an indication of where different buildings once stood. 'Hiroshima - Nagasaki - A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction' 1978

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A melted statue of Buddha caused by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Aug There is something intensely enlightening about this image.

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Shadow of bike from atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima.

Atomic Shadows from Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Shadow of bike from atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima Japan WWII. Great link to atomic shadows.

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