Hiroshima - 6 Years After 1951

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    Full title reads: "Hiroshima - 6 Years After".

    Hiroshima, Japan.

    GV Hiroshima after dropping of the Atomic Bomb. (2 shots).

    GV Rebuilt Hiroshima. CU Tram passes camera. LV Street of town. LV Rebuilt street. SV Plane flying overhead.

    SV Peace bell ringing. SV Japanese people standing in silence with bowed heads. CU Man standing in silence with bowed head. SV Women standing outside house with bowed head. SV People going to Shrines and Churches. CU Women place Joss sticks on Shrine. SV People weeping at Shrine. SV Class of small children. CU Small boys in class. CU Women weeping as they remember the nuclear attack. CU Man holding child weeping. LV Children playing game in playground. GV Rebuilt town.

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    01:41:10:00 / 01:42:13:00
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    War & Revolution
    1951 HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atom Bombs Untitled Workspace Untitled Workspace Japan Cities 1945-51 Nuclear weapons/explosions Atomic Bomb
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