Hiroshima

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June 2, 2016

 

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The fireball resulting from the explosion emitted an intense thermal heat, which caused severe burns and loss of eyesight. Most of the people exposed to thermal rays died. In addition, the impact of the bomb landing on the ground created an enormous shock wave closely followed a quick expansion of air...
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The result was the immediate death of about 75,000 people. Atomic blasts cause many prolonged injuries such as leukemia and other cancers. The total death count for the atomic bombing is estimated at 140,000. Americans believed that the Japanese would fight until the very last man even if there were a dropping of the atomic bomb...
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