Damaged machinery and an air raid shelter covered with earth in Nagasaki, Japan.
Nagasaki Japan Date:1945, November Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of physical damage of bomb blasts in Nagasaki, Japan after World War II. A band of metal lathes and concrete walls which formed a machine shop on the ground. The band of lathes and the collapsed wall. Overturned lathes. Metal lathes with fractured bases and uprooted footings. A line of displaced lathes. Over bolts and anchor bolts which were pulled from concrete walls. An electric motor which apparently formed the motor power for the overhead belt drive running the lathes has been torn loose from its concrete bed. Heavy machinery in the corner of the workshop and another piece of overturned on side. Two damaged heavy milling machines- one Japanese made and the other American made. American milling machine trade mark. Damage inflicted upon metal housing of a milling machine by blast. An air raid shelter covered with earth. The entrance of the air raid shelter.
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