Iron and Steel Works at Yawata in Japan (Yawata Steel Works). A view at the end of the Japan Iron and Steel Works. Open hearth, rolling mills and coke ovens. Southern sections of the plant as seen from the roof of the Muwata Grade School. Burned out sections of Yawata as seen from the roof of the school. This area lies between a post office and the south end of the plant. It includes the areas Higaichi, Machi, Okadamachi and Hishimachi. This view shows the results of incendiary attack of August 8, 1945. The coke plant and by-products installations of Japan Iron and Steel Works. The southwest corner of the plant. Views of Tobata Power Plant. Aircraft revetments around the Japanese Naval Air Base in Omura.
Japan Iron and Steel Works at Yawata (Yawata Steel Works) in Kitakyushu, Kyushu, Japan. Various views of a blast furnace area and allied plants. Japanese workers walk around.
Mount Sakurajima volcano erupts in Kyushu, Japan. The volcano as seen from the south coast road just outside Kagoshima city proper. The volcano as seen across Kagoshima Bay. Volcanic clouds rise from the eruption.
Physical damage caused due to atomic bomb explosion in Nagasaki, Japan during World War II. Chinning bars within the Fuchi School playground with the effect off lash burn. The original light blue paint on the timbers. Area affected by flash burn and shadow cast by small projection. Line of bars with flash burns and protected area. Wooden support with sides protected and affected by flash burn. Two gas holders at the Kyushu gas works. High lighted area affected by flash burn.
Physical damage caused due to atom bomb explosion in Nagasaki, Japan during World War II. Devastated area with debris spread all over. Two gasometer at the Kyushu gas company. A railroad train pulls up at the railway station. Railroad tracks with telephone poles in the foreground.
Protective measures taken at the Japan Iron and Steel Works, Yawata (also called Yawata Steel Works) to face the incendiary attacks during World War II. Heavy reinforced concrete portable blocks used at the Japan Iron and Steel Works to protect machinery. The building opposite the river from Tokyo Electric building where gel incendiary bomb landed at an angle onto the front face of tile work. A black smudge left by the bomb. Concrete revetments used to protect transformers from blast and fragmentation at the Japan Iron and Steel at Yawata. Sand filled heavy plank walls used to protect transformers.