A mushroom cloud forms over Nagasaki, Japan after the dropping of the second atomic bomb
The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of the Japanese city of Nagasaki on August 9, 1945, rose some 11 mi (18 km) above the bomb's hypocenter.
Atomic cloud over Hiroshima
The plume of smoke from a mushroom cloud billow, about one hour after the nuclear
1945 Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The atomic bomb that was dropped on the city of Nagasaki was almost dropped on the city of Kokura
Wikimedia CommonsThe atomic cloud after the Nagasaki bombing on August 9, 1945.
The second atomic bomb nicknamed 'Little Boy' was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan at 11:01 am on August 9, 1945.
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One of the interesting ones to pop up again and again is the question of whether the United States warned Hiroshima and Nagasaki about their impending ...
Nagasaki. After the explosion of the atom bomb. © ICRC Archives
The bombing of Nagasaki. Original source. Slightly edited to improve foreground/background distinction
the original atomic bombs that were dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima during WWII. Little Boy and Fat Man.
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Bockscar nose art: the Fat Man silhouettes represent four pumpkin bomb missions (black) and the atomic bomb drop on Nagasaki (a red symbol, fourth in the ...
Panoramic view of the monument marking the hypocenter, or ground zero, of the atomic bomb explosion over Nagasaki
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The weapon dropped over Nagasaki, on August 9, 1945, weighed five tons and was known as the Fat Man.
The United States detonates the world's first atomic bomb at a test
Fat Man atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan saving thousands of Japanese and American GI lives by bringing WW II to an end.
A nuclear weapon test by the American military at Bikini Atoll, Micronesia.
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On 9 August 1945 between 40,000 to 80,000 people were killed in the nuclear explosion that
The Museum of Science and Industry in Hiroshima, Japan, shortly after the
A worker stands next to an atomic bomb, nicknamed "Fat Man,"
The aftermath of an atomic bomb in Nagasaki
The atomic bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945Library of Congress
Atomic mushroom cloud over the city of Nagasaki, Japan, after the atomic bomb was
The bombing of Hiroshima, from 10 km away
The before image looks like a city. In the after image, everything has been. Nagasaki before and after the bombing ...
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Nicknamed for its assigned pilot, Fred Bock, the nose art on "Bockscar," tracing the bomber's path from, Utah to Nagasaki, Japan was applied after the war ...
The work on the actual selection of targets for the atomic bomb was begun in the spring of 1945. This was done in close cooperation with the Commanding ...
Original color film Nagasaki atomic bomb in 1945. The Centralnuclear
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*The plane carrying the bomb (Little Boy) to bomb Hiroshima was called Enola
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Black and white photo of a four engined World War II-era aircraft being viewed
A hibakusha of Hiroshima, symptomatic nuclear burns; the pattern on her skin is from the kimono she was wearing at the moment of the flash.
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Replica mockup displayed in the Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum, beside the Bockscar B-29 that dropped the original device – black liquid asphalt sealant ...
Nagasaki and Hiroshima radioactivity
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The entrance to a temple is all that is left standing in a Nagasaki street the day after the bomb was dropped. AAP/Australian War Memorial
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Although Fat Man was considered a more powerful bomb than Little Boy, the hilly terrain helped to deaden the destruction whereas Hiroshima was flat and open ...
On the left, the bomb being unshrouded, just before loading into the B-
... This filed photo dated 1945 shows the devastated city of Nagasaki after an atomic bomb was
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A cathedral in Nagasaki after the bombing.
The dropping of the Nagasaki atomic bomb weighing more than 4,000kg was dropped on Nagasaki by parachute from an American B29 Bomber at 11.02 local time on ...
Ministry Of Home Defence (Scientific Advisers' Branch), A view of the devastation
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Photograph (a) shows a massive mushroom cloud created by an atomic bomb. Photograph
The atomic bomb, which was dropped on Nagasaki on 9 August 1945, had a code name. It was “Fat Man.”
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The burnt skin of victims days after the atomic bombs which dropped on Hiroshima &
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