Atomic bomb damage in Nagasaki, Japan from World War II
Nagasaki Japan Date:1945, November 7 Duration:3 min 40 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of physical damage from atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, filmed after World War 2. Flash burns on a telephone pole. A damaged machine shop of a commercial school. Burnt out machine shop and the commercial school which was gutted by fire. Stripped roof of the building. Displacement and distortion of a wall as a result of blast. The bowed wall of the machine shop as a result of the force exerted which was transmitted through the frame of the structure. The destruction of the municipal tenement district located in a valley. A view of hills in the valley. Damaged buildings of the Shirayama School and the Nagasaki Hospital in the background. A damaged machine shop and several overturned lathes near it. A wrecked milling machine and a concrete block. Lieutenant Commander A. N. Vardac of the United States Naval Reserve stands near the concrete block. Distortion of steel frame roof of the machine shop. Burnt out casting with the machine shop in the foreground and the commercial school in the background. Cracks in concrete. A steel casement window frame blown out.
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