Protective measures taken to protect machinery at Japan Iron and Steel Works, Yawata from incendiary attacks of World War II.
Yawata Kyushu Japan Date:1946, May 30 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
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.
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