Damage inflicted upon Higashi Yanigawara-cho area in Kobe, Japan during World War II.
Kobe Japan Date:1946, April 22 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of the damage inflicted upon Kobe, Japan during World War II. Damage inflicted on the area shows the effect of fire on a three-story brick load bearing structure in Tomiya-Cho of which the floors have collapsed. Interiors of a bombed out building. South and west faces of a two-story brick load bearing structure which was gutted by the fire. This building is located west of School Higashide-cho. A two-story brick load bearing structure which was gutted by the fire. This building was the Yamada Bank. Another building gutted by the fire is located on the main street in Toba-cho. Higashi Yanigawara-cho shows bank vaults among the rubble. Burnt out area of Higashi Yanigawara-cho. A private storehouse amongst the rubble. Rubbled area between elevated railroad and streetcar tracks.
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