The damaged buildings in a Medical School and the damaged stone monument after the atomic bombings in Nagasaki, Japan.
Nagasaki Japan Date:1946, January 26 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Physical damage caused by the atomic bombings in Nagasaki, Japan towards the end of World War II. The Medical School. A collapsed granite column in the destroyed building which originally stood between building H and J. The direction the column fell. The mannered in which the column sheared when it hit the stone steps. The granite column which originally stood just south of the entrance of a wooden frame building between buildings H and J. The columns and relative distance they were moved. A wall of a building H. The remains of the wooden frame structure which was situated between buildings H and J. The face of the building H clearly shows manner in which this building was attached to south wall of building H. The face of building J in the background with foundation of a wooden frame structure, which was destroyed by fire in the foreground. The wall of building D of reinforced concrete structure. The shadows cast on flash burn surface of building by roof overhang and a water pipe and copper down spout. The wall of the building F, a reinforced concrete structure, whose west wall although affected by blast did not fail completely. The three fourth inch concrete stucco scrubbed off. The dissecting tables in a small building which was employed as an autopsy room. A monument off the north east corner of building G, the direction trees fallen on monument with the column of building in the background. The stone monument with following inscription engraved in German 'Perseverance Leads to Success'.
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