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Hiroshima after the Atomic Bomb (3 of 5) by Harbert F Austin Jr
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3. K-BMA001-014 photo by Harbert F. Austin Jr. / Photographed from the roof of the Kodo elementary School / October, 1945 / Location: Nekoya-cho. / Distance from hypocenter: approx. 760m


The start of restoration work by the citizens in the aftermath of the bomb can be observed as people cross bridges, ride bicycles, and walk about. The A-bomb Dome is visible.

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Copyright: Harbert f. austin jr.
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Hochgeladen: 25/07/2011
Aktualisiert: 17/08/2013
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Tags: memorial; history; atomic; nuclear; bomb; destruction; hiroshima1945
  • northierthanthou.com 8 months ago
    Stark image, to be sure.
  • enteresan over 1 year ago
    vay amisini
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