Effects of atom bomb explosion on X rays, curtains and doors at a hospital in Hiroshima, Japan.
Hiroshima Japan Date:1946, April 5 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Medical aspects of atomic bomb explosion in Hiroshima, Japan. Glass fragment on a plastered wall. A man measures the size of glass on the wall. A piece of glass embedded in a wall as a man uses a pencil to show the glass. Blood stains of victims on the wall in a hospital room. Blood spots results from vaporization of the blood by the suction phase of the blast. A doctor examines a door. A concrete column at the Red Cross hospital of glass fragmentation of the column. Glass fragment embedded in a wall. Flash burned area of the mohair upholstery of a chair. The lower portion of the chair protected from the flash burn. Door at the hospital closed at the time of detonation. The flash burned area on the door. Flash burned area of door and the shadow cast by door knob. In the X ray room Dr Shigeta opens the unexposed film cabinet and exhibits the effect of radiation on a piece of X ray paper. Comparison of exposure radiation in the two pieces of the X ray film. Blacked out curtains with the interior side as red. A nurse examines the black burned portions of the curtain.
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