Hiroshima, 70 anni fa la tragedia della bomba atomica

La superfortezza volante Usa B-29 detta 'Enola Gay' sgancia il 6 agosto 1945 il primo ordigno nucleare usato per fini bellici, causando in pochi secondi 100 mila morti. L'"esperimento" viene ripetuto il giorno 9 sulla cittadina di Nagasaki, provocando altre 35 mila vittime. IL RACCONTO DI UNA TESTIMONE

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  • A file picture dated 06 August 2010 of Tsuyuko Nakao (R), 92, and Kinuyo Ikegami, 77, survivors of the atomic bombing, comforting each other after offering prayers for victims killed by the world's first atomic bombing in 1945 in Hiroshima, western Japan. 06 August 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing on Hiroshima. The US B-29 Superfortress bomber Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb codenamed 'Little Boy' on Hiroshima on 06 August 1945, killing tens of thousands of people in seconds. By the end of the year, 140,000 people had died from the effects of the bomb. On 09 August 1945 a second atomic bomb was exploded over Nagasaki, killing more than 73,000 people. The 'Little Boy' was the first ever nuclear bomb dropped on a city and a crucial turn that led to Japan's surrender in WWII.  EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA
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    A file picture dated 06 August 2010 of Tsuyuko Nakao (R), 92, and Kinuyo Ikegami, 77, survivors of the atomic bombing, comforting each other after offering prayers for victims killed by the world's first atomic bombing in 1945 in Hiroshima, western Japan. 06 August 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing on Hiroshima. The US B-29 Superfortress bomber Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb codenamed 'Little Boy' on Hiroshima on 06 August 1945, killing tens of thousands of people in seconds. By the end of the year, 140,000 people had died from the effects of the bomb. On 09 August 1945 a second atomic bomb was exploded over Nagasaki, killing more than 73,000 people. The 'Little Boy' was the first ever nuclear bomb dropped on a city and a crucial turn that led to Japan's surrender in WWII. EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA
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