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Dozens of people who were exposed to the radioactive black rain that fell on Hiroshima hours after the atomic bomb was dropped in 1945 have finally been recognized as survivors of the U.S. attack. The landmark ruling comes days before Hiroshima marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing, which killed
Children of survivors are concerned because lab studies of mice do show genetic mutations in the offspring of parents exposed to radiation. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation. Subscriber Account active since Nakatani Etsuko says her father rarely spoke of the day that the
06/08/2018 Hiroshima Portada. Hiroshima El aniversario 75 del ataque nuclear a Hiroshima Japón reconoce a más sobrevivientes de la 'lluvia negra' de Hiroshima como víctimas ...
Hiroshima, whose name means “broad island,” is situated on the delta of the Ōta River, whose six channels divide it into several islets. It was founded as a castle town by the feudal lord Mōri Terumoto in the 16th century. From 1868 onward it was a military centre, which made it a potential target for Allied bombing during World War II. A trip to Hiroshima is best kicked off with a visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, which contains a museum, the remnants of buildings destroyed by the 1945 atomic bomb and monuments to the people killed by this nuclear attack. Understanding Hiroshima’s relatively recent devastation is key to fully appreciating its beauty and culture.
PHOTOS: Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Before and After the Bombs. The atomic bomb mushroom cloud over Nagasaki seen from Koyagi-jima on August 9, 1945. Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images.