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  • Official photograph

    Official photograph

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME DEFENCE (SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS' BRANCH)" (photographs)

    MH 29437

    A view of the devastation caused by the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima in Japan on 6 August 1945.

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME DEFENCE (SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS' BRANCH)" (photographs)

    MH 29426

    The burnt-out shells of two small buses or trucks (one lying on its side) are the only recognisable objects amidst debris following the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan.

  • NAGASAKI, JAPAN, AFTER THE DROPPING OF THE ATOMIC BOMB, 1945

    NAGASAKI, JAPAN, AFTER THE DROPPING OF THE ATOMIC BOMB, 1945

    part of "AMERICAN (US) EMBASSY SECOND WORLD WAR PHOTOGRAPH LIBRARY: CLASSIFIED PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs)

    SC 278303

    Destruction at Nagasaki.

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME DEFENCE (SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS' BRANCH)" (photographs)

    MH 29433

    Three civilians, including a young child, walk down a street amid the debris and devastation caused by the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan. In the background, there are a few buildings which are still standing.

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: JAPAN, 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME DEFENCE (SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS' BRANCH)" (photographs)

    MH 29430

    A general view of the devastation caused by the atomic bomb in Japan. A road, just to the right of centre, and a building, just to the right of that, are the only real features amidst a flat sea of debris. The road streches straight out towards a range...

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    part of "HOME OFFICE COLLECTION" (photographs)

    MH 2638

    A view of the devastation caused by the atomic bomb to trees half a mile from ground zero at Nagasaki.

  • THE ATOMIC BOMB, AUGUST 1945

    THE ATOMIC BOMB, AUGUST 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME SECURITY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q(HS) 843

    The ruined Roman Catholic Cathedral, one of Nagasaki's most prominent landmarks, on a hill in the destroyed Urakami residential district about 500 metres north-east of the hypocentre.

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF HOME DEFENCE (SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS' BRANCH)" (photographs)

    MH 29411

    A general view of Nagasaki looking towards the hypocentre, a mile behind the Mitsubish Armament and Steel Works, seen across the Urakami River in the centre background. In the foreground is the shell of the Mitsubishi Woodworking Plant, which was...

  • THE CREW OF HMS SPEAKER VISIT NAGASAKI, 5 SEPTEMBER 1945

    THE CREW OF HMS SPEAKER VISIT NAGASAKI, 5 SEPTEMBER 1945

    part of "CREBER CECIL" (photographs)

    HU 100089

    The crew of HMS SPEAKER travelling through an industrial quarter of Nagasaki during a tour to view the destruction caused by the dropping of the second atomic bomb on 9 August 1945. Note the surviving factory chimneys.

  • THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    THE AFTERMATH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB: NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 1945

    part of "HOME OFFICE COLLECTION" (photographs)

    MH 2652

    A general view of Nagasaki showing the devastation caused by the atomic bomb. According to the original caption, the photograph was taken looking towards ground zero, a mile away past a group of factory chimneys, visible in the centre background. In...

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