HISTORY: The 1945 Atomic Bombs, Killed Almost The Entire People Of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

History witnessed the terrific incident that occurred in 1945 when the two atomic bombs dropped by the United States on Japan killed and maimed hundreds of thousands of people, and their effects are still being felt today.

It was not the conclusion of losing civilians of Japan yet. By the end of 1945, the bombing has killed an estimated 140,000 people in Hiroshima, and a further 74,00 in Nagasaki.

As few as 165 people in total, an estimated survived the Nagasaki bombings. There were many people who survived the Hiroshima bomb, were evacuated to Nagasaki, and then survived the second bomb. More than 100 of them had long lives, and at least one of them lived to his 90s and wrote a memoir about it.


The young woman in the photo was testifying about the result of the atomic bombs where behind her you can see the smokey scene of the ruins of Hiroshima. There was an air raid siren that very morning, and the young woman had stayed in the shelter after the “all clear” was given. And so she survive the initial blast, which came about 15 minutes after “all clear” had been sounded in the city.

According to “Kumamoto Nichinichi Shinbun”, a Japanese local newspaper, dated 1978.8.9. She survived from nuclear bomb fallen at Nagasaki. She was 18 when the priceless smiling photo was taken. However, as it was documented, later she had battled leukemia since 1960. She got divorced and died alone when she was 51 years old.

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