A Japanese uses a long handled ladle to pour fertilizers and seaweeds is laid onto concrete slabs to dry in Nagasaki.
Nagasaki Japan Date:1946, January 26 Duration:23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A Japanese drying seaweeds after the atomic bombings in Nagasaki, Japan during the end of World War II . A Japanese stands on the ruins and debris. He uses a long handled ladle to pour some fertilizer into the ground. The seaweeds is laid onto concrete slabs to dry.
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