A series of milling machines and steel columns destructed in Nagasaki, Japan due to Allied bombings during World War II.
Nagasaki Japan Date:1946, January 23 Duration:2 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Damage caused due to Allied aerial bombings in Nagasaki, Japan. A generator in a pump room which has been displaced. A bank of horizontal milling machines, a portion of the roof bracings, a pile of crumpled corrugated metal. Several torpedo components in the foreground. Three milling machines. Three Japanese women laborers remove the debris. A line of steel columns which have been displaced due to the blast. Uprooted steel columns of the small arms plant as a result of the blast. An uprooted concrete footing. Steel frame of a building as it leans and completely stripped corrugates sheet of iron from a wall.
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