Damage inflicted on Kobe city, Japan by incendiary bombing during World War II.
Kobe Japan Date:1946, April 22 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of the damage inflicted upon Kobe, Japan during World War II. A granite statue of Buddha which was damaged by the fire but survived. The south face of a three-story reinforced concrete building which was gutted by the fire and in which the windows have been replaced. Three story reinforced concrete Meishin Grade School Building which was gutted by the fire. Structures which were unaffected are on the north side of Matsubara Dorii which acted as a firebreak. Ruins of a former rubber factory. Rubble and machinery of the damaged factory. The south face of a single-story brick load bearing structure located west of the former rubber plant.
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