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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    An aerial view of a mushroom cloud formed by the atomic bomb explosion, in Hiroshima, Japan, is shown, Aug. 6, 1945. 2012 marks the 67th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima, Aug. 6, 2012, and Nagasaki, three days later.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    An allied correspondent stands in the rubble in front of the shell of a building that once was a movie theater in Hiroshima, Japan, a month after the first atomic bomb ever used in warfare was dropped by the U.S. on Aug. 6, 1945.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    A baby sits crying in the rubble left by the explosion in Hiroshima, Japan, of the world's first atomic bomb, in this 1946 file photo.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    A mushroom cloud billows about one hour after a nuclear bomb was detonated above Hiroshima, Japan.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    Survivors of the explosion of the atom bombing of Hiroshima suffer the effects of radiation, in this 1945 file photo.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    The Hiroshima explosion, recorded at 8:15 A.M., Aug. 6, 1945, is seen on the remains of a wristwatch found in the ruins in this 1945 United Nations photo. The shadow of the small hand on the eight was burned in from the blast, making it appear to be the big hand.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    Victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima are treated in a bank building, in Aug. 1945.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    This 1948 file photo shows the devastated city of Hiroshima some three years after the US dropped an atomic bomb, Aug. 6, 1945, at the end of World War II. Around 140,000 people, or more than half of Hiroshima's population at the time, died.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    A newspaper spread form "The Guardian" reports on the dropping of the atomic bomb in Japan.
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  • Anniversary of Dropping of A-Bomb

    Hiroshima is shown after the first atomic bomb was dropped by a US Air Force B-29, Aug. 6, 1945.
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