The "shadow" of a Hiroshima victim, permanently etched into stone steps, after the 1945 atomic bomb

The "shadow" of a Hiroshima victim, permanently etched into stone steps, after the 1945 atomic bomb

✪ Hiroshima: The bomb detonated directly over Shima Surgical Clinic at 34.39468°N 132.45462°E. "Within hours, the enormity of the attacks had become apparent; long queues formed at first aid stations and hospitals, but most of the Atomic Bomb Victims with third-degree burns were unable to reach first aid stations and died on the way"   Ryoko Ohara

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✪ Hiroshima: The bomb detonated directly over Shima Surgical Clinic at 34.39468°N 132.45462°E. "Within hours, the enormity of the attacks had become apparent; long queues formed at first aid stations and hospitals, but most of the Atomic Bomb Victims with third-degree burns were unable to reach first aid stations and died on the way" Ryoko Ohara

A watch belonging to one of the bombing victims stopped at 8:15, the exact moment of the explosion, Hiroshima, Japan, the August 6, 1945 - 1985

A watch belonging to one of the bombing victims stopped at 8:15, the exact moment of the explosion, Hiroshima, Japan, the August 6, 1945 - 1985

Hiroshima victims  Bodies of the victims of the first American atomic bombing on August 06, 1945 in Hiroshima. (APIC via Getty Images)

69th anniversary of Hiroshima bombing

Hiroshima victims Bodies of the victims of the first American atomic bombing on August 06, 1945 in Hiroshima. (APIC via Getty Images)

Fogonazos: Hiroshima, the pictures they didnt want us to see. This photograph shows an eyeball of an A-bomb victim who got an atomic bomb cataract. There is opacity near the center of the eyeball.

Fogonazos: Hiroshima, the pictures they didnt want us to see. This photograph shows an eyeball of an A-bomb victim who got an atomic bomb cataract. There is opacity near the center of the eyeball.

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