hiroshima-nagasaki-fotografia-oldskull-17  thats stupidity!  i know need nuclear bombs but theirs no way in hell i use them   i have shit kill huge groups of people and leave no radiation   believe me u know what i know u dont start wars i kill the problem  terrorism laws of world!

Hiroshima y Nagasaki después del lanzamiento de las bombas atómicas

Bombardeio Atomico à Nagasaki em 9 de agosto de 1945 [Creative Commons]

WWII vet exposed to radiation in Hiroshima wins VA fight - SFGate

WWII vet exposed to radiation in Hiroshima wins VA fight

WWII vet exposed to radiation in Hiroshima wins VA fight - SFGate

Severe keloids, or scarring, caused by thermal radiation.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembered: Human Effects of the Atomic Bomb Photographs

Dr. Nagai of Nagasaki Hospital inspecting damage caused by the atomic bomb, Nagasaki, Japan, 1945. Nagai would die of radiation poisoning a few days after this photo was taken. http://wrhstol.com/2iGjDNA

Dr. Nagai of Nagasaki Hospital inspecting damage caused by the atomic bomb, Nagasaki, Japan, 1945. Nagai would die of radiation poisoning a few days after this photo was taken. http://wrhstol.com/2iGjDNA

Victims of Hiroshima bombing 1945

Barely breathing victims who took refuge in a burnt but standing building when Molly Collins built very strong concrete walls.

Why Did the United States Bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki?August 6, 1945

The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

On August the United States dropped the atomic bomb known as Little Boy on Hiroshima, Japan. Three days later, they dropped another atomic bomb, this time on Nagasaki.

The First Calamity of the Nuclear Age - A look at a Medical Report of the Atomic Bombing in Hiroshima, 1945, on the 70th anniversary of the bombing. Photo: Documentation of Radiation Burns from the report.

The First Calamity of the Nuclear Age - A look at a Medical Report of the Atomic Bombing in Hiroshima, on the anniversary of the bombing. Photo: Documentation of Radiation Burns from the report.

After the bombing of Hiroshima (after the explosion some shadows remained fixed in the walls and pavements)

Hiroshima: after the explosion, some shadows remained "fixed" in the walls and pavements, as an effect of the disintegration of matter. Even human "shadows" have been documented.

Hiroshima Victim  thats why i dont play with USA treason or world terrorism!  thats radiation cooking you alive!  your skiin peals off if not that close to blast otherwise just makes you dust u burn that quick!

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on Man's capacity for wholesale suicide.

The damage of atomic bomb which Japanese Hiroshima received.   Corpse of a soldier killed by the heat rays and the blast.

The damage of atomic bomb which Japanese Hiroshima received. Corpse of a soldier killed by the heat rays and the blast.

C Stuart Hardwick's answer to What happened to the radiation that was supposed to last thousands of years in Hiroshima (1945)? - Quora

C Stuart Hardwick's answer to What happened to the radiation that was supposed to last thousands of years in Hiroshima (1945)? - Quora

What happened to the radiation that was supposed to last thousands of years in Hiroshima (1945)?

C Stuart Hardwick& answer to What happened to the radiation that was supposed to last thousands of years in Hiroshima - Quora

Radiation Shadow of pedestrian when Hiroshima Atomic Bomb exploded.

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Radiation Shadow of pedestrian when Hiroshima Atomic Bomb exploded.

SADAKO SASAKI'S CRANE - "Shortly after the end of World War II,   the folded origami cranes also came to symbolize a hope for peace through Sadako Sasaki and her unforgettable story of perseverance.     Diagnosed with leukemia after being exposed to radiation after the bombing of Hiroshima, Sadako became determined to fold 1,000 cranes in hopes of recovering good health, happiness, and a world of eternal peace."   -various sources... via Facebook

SADAKO SASAKI'S CRANE - "Shortly after the end of World War II, the folded origami cranes also came to symbolize a hope for peace through Sadako Sasaki and her unforgettable story of perseverance. Diagnosed with leukemia after being exposed to radiation after the bombing of Hiroshima, Sadako became determined to fold 1,000 cranes in hopes of recovering good health, happiness, and a world of eternal peace." -various sources... via Facebook

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