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Mitsubishi Urakami Ordance Plant. Atomic Bomb Area Nagasaki.
Movie by US National Archives and Records Administration (Transcript at bottom of blog post).
“The hurriedly-targeted weapon ended up detonating almost exactly between two of the principal targets in the city, the Mitsubishi Steel and Arms Works to the south, and the Mitsubishi-Urakami Torpedo Works to the north… The official Manhattan Engineer District report on the attack termed the damage to the two Mitsubishi plants ‘spectacular.” http://www.osti.gov/manhattan-project-history/Events/1945/nagasaki.htm
“71 years later, today, people are still dying as a result of the delayed effect of radiation. Atomic bomb hospitals are full of those people“. (Setsuko Thurlow, May 27, 2016, DemocracyNow interview) https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2016/08/07/i-want-the-world-to-wake-up-hiroshima-survivor-criticizes-obama-for-pushing-new-nuclear-weapons/
Sumiteru Taniguchi’s back injuries from Nagasaki bombing, January 1946, by…
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