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Teri Robinson – Applied History 200 It has been 72 years since the day Hiroshima and Nagasaki had affliction by 2 atomic bombs. For those people who endure after the ruination, they had endured from the painful sensation of the body and the psyche. In position of health, citizenry was influenced perversely by the radioactivity that was exposed from the bomb. During the time from 1965 to 2010, many authors have discussed the ideas and reasons of the health problems which were related to cancer and non-cancer diseases that people had after the bombing and until 2017, there are still many information to reprocess this position from other authors that have investigated in this aspect. Thus, the oral communication has not changed over time because all the authors of two eras hold the same view of this idea. “It’s not the fact that the Bomb was created, it's the impact of the devastation of dropping of the created bomb”. The consequence of the bomb were indescribable as the citizenry traveled with their skin hanging down and burned; people died after regurgitation blood or a black froth (Morishita, 2006). Therefore, the United States had attained its goal of making a hefty impact on the Japanese as both cities were destroyed to the solid ground. The measure of catastrophe imposed upon by the atomic bomb was truly unprecedented that left thousands dead and millions injured. Survivors and Red Cross officials saw the break out of an epidemic as a result of the radiation. The Atomic bomb deployment over the cities of Nagasaki and, Hiroshima created the demise of close to 73,884 and 140,000 individuals severally, furthermore the bombing contused umpteen more. Yokota, Mine, & Shibata, (2013, 22), states that An atomic bomb brings about blasts, radiation and heat rays that affect survivors by making them develop the disease known as atomic bomb disease. Moreover, to date some of the victims of the atomic still suffer from these diseases. The ruination created by these bombs are many including habitation demolition as seen in the case of Nagasaki city. The flash of high temperature rays caused the surfaces to rise as high as that of the sun causing respective bodies to burn vastly than the average burns. These injuries advanced into running
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sores. Those ambient to the area of the detonation expressed yellowish red while those far away reported a bright blue-white light that resembled burning magnesium. The effect of this high temperature rays on materials enclosed the burning of wooden fences, clothing’s, among others that were in the vicinity. Also, roof tile surfaces became bubbly and abrasive after being unprotected to high temperature rays. In addition, the eruption of atomic bombs features a grand force, which blew away and flattened buildings. This had stricken many individuals by crushing them to
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  • Winter '19
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  • Hiroshima, Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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