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the a-bomb. Read more: George: The USA was more interested in a quick and easy end to the war than causing untold suffering. The sky was red with flames. The whole city was destroyed. Tail gunner Robert Caron: "The mushroom itself was a spectacular sight, a bubbling mass of purple-gray smoke and you could see it had a red core in it and everything was burning inside.
On 6th August 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshim a by US air forces.
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Planes dropped two atomic bombs, one on Hiroshima, another on Nagasaki, leading to the unconditional surrender of Japan.
The details and the scenes were just like Hell.". War tortures so many people who are innocent!' Another said, 'I hurt! Three kinds of colorblack, yellow, and scarletloomed ominously over the people, who ran about like so many ants seeking to escape. Nearly half of the city was completely destroyed. They didn't look like people of this world.". It is estimated that between 40,000 and 75,000 people died immediately following the atomic explosion, while another 60,000 people suffered severe injuries. At that moment, a small opening in the clouds at the end of the three-minute bomb run permitted bombardier Kermit Beahan to identify target features. The city of Nagasaki, however, was not the primary target for the second atomic bomb. By the time of the third bomb run, Japanese antiaircraft fire was getting close, and Second Lieutenant Jacob Beser, who was monitoring Japanese communications, reported activity on the Japanese fighter direction radio bands. An atomic bomb survivor cries as he receives a treatment at temporary hospital at Shin Kozen Elementary School in August 1945 in Nagasaki, Japan. The failure to drop Fat Man at the precise bomb aim point caused the atomic blast to be confined to the Urakami Valley. They had no hair because their hair was burned, and at a glance you couldn't tell whether you were looking at them from in front or in back.
The first bomb, dropped on the city of Hiroshima on, resulted in a death toll of around 135,000. The second, which hit Nagasaki. The dance form still has the similar figures but with different rhythms, betraying the origins of the dance.