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Rosebud IceCream You might not think anything could make ice cream even more delicious, but have you traveled to Nagasaki? In this Japanese metropolis you’ll find chirin-chirin, an ice cream that has been ‘sold at tourist spots around Nagasaki City for over 50 years’. Apparently this delicious dessert is dished up by ‘little old ladies’ and costs […]
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On August 6, 1945 the uranium bomb, “Little Boy”, was dropped on Hiroshima killing 70,000-80,000 people immediately. Three days later, the plutonium bomb, “Fat Man”, was dropped on Nagasaki killing an estimated 40,000-75,000 instantly. Those that survived the initial blasts were then subject to severe radiation and thermal burns, radiation sickness and related diseases all aggravated by the lack of medical resources. It is estimated that another 200,000 people had died by 1950.
Smoke mushrooms thousands of feet into the air above Nagasaki, August 9, 1945, after U.S. dropped its second atomic bomb on Japan. A B-29 airplane delivered the bomb, which killed approximately 70,000 people. The attack came three days after the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. // margaret bourke white.