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Hiroshima 1945 after the atomic bomb

Picture of Hiroshima from 1945 after the atomic bomb.

The above picture shows the destruction caused by “Little Boy”. In 1945 most buildings in Hiroshima were made of wood, hence only very few ruins are visible. Most of the houses burned down to a pile of ash.

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