Effects of incendiary bomb attacks in Kobe, Japan during World War II shows two and three-story fire gutted brick buildings.
Kobe Japan Date:1946, April 22 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of the damage inflicted upon Kobe, Japan during World War II. Small machines in the rubble. South of streetcar tracks in third square west of Hong Kong Shanghai Bank is a stone grotto in the rubble and destroyed brick buildings. The east face of a three-story concrete school in Eizawocho. The building shows the effects of fire on the concrete wall. The south face of a two-story building gutted by the fire. Front columns of a building heavily chipped by the fire. A two story building gutted by fire which affected a closed metal shutter.
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