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Rare black-and-white photo of Atom bomb split cloud found in Hiroshima school

Atomic Explosion - This photograph was recently found at the Honkawa Elementary school in Hiroshima city and shows the mushroom cloud from the atomic bomb that was dropped on the city in 1945 at the.

Atomic Bomb  The infamous mushroom cloud, an after effect of an atomic explosion over land… This was the first time the atom bomb was used in warfare. The bomb over Hiroshima more or less put an end to the Second World War. Here, the mushroom cloud as seen over Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945. The image is remembered even today, as a terrifying beauty that the world never wants to see again.

the infamous mushroom cloud, the effect of an atomic explosion over land… This was the first time the atom bomb was used in warfare. The bomb over Hiroshima more or less put an end to the Second World War.

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa 1864.

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa how cool is that? Paranormal investigator/ghostbuster, or Vampire Slayer?

Ant-Walking Alligators of Hiroshima They had once been human but the sky exploded & they were the unlucky survivors. Faces turned to the blast,  skin had been seared from their skulls, a black, leathery substance wi/out eyes or features. All that remained was a red hole where their mouths had been. Staggering about the outskirts of Hiroshima, They were avoided by other survivors,  the real horror was the sound they made. Click on pin to read more

Forgotten Horrors: Ant-Walking Alligators of Hiroshima

Forgotten Horrors: Ant-Walking Alligators of Hiroshima - KnowledgeNuts

A look at the ruins of Hiroshima after the atomic bomb "Little Boy" was used by Allied forces against Japan.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Photos From the Ruins

Hiroshima after the nuclear bomb named "Little boy" on the B-29 "Enola Gay" the 6 August 1945. Shortly after 8 am 15, the Little Boy bomb out of the cargo hold at an altitude of 9450 m. At 8 h 16 min 2 sec after about 43 seconds of free fall, enabled by the altitude sensors and radars, it exploded 580 meters vertically above the Shima Hospital in the heart of the metropolitan area, about 300 m southeast of the initially targeted bridge, releasing energy equivalent to about 15,000 tons of…

The city of Stalingrad in the summer of Ruined completely during the battle, Stalingrad was left with a few standing structures all of which were thoroughly gutted during the fighting. A landscape for snipers, off the map.

Annie Sullivan is one of my heroes. In this picture (1888), Helen Keller is 8. Annie is probably in her early 20s. If you have not read/seen "The Miracle Worker," do it now!

Researchers have uncovered a rare photograph of a young Helen Keller with her teacher Anne Sullivan, nearly 120 years after it was taken on Cape Cod. The photograph, shot in July 1888 in Brewster, shows an Helen sitting outside in a light-color

The mushroom cloud over Hiroshima as seen from the Japanese naval arsenal in Kure, 06 August 1945/Masami Oka

The mushroom cloud over Hiroshima as seen from the Japanese naval arsenal in Kure, 06 August 1945

70th Anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing

View the Anniversary of Hiroshima bombing photo gallery on Yahoo News.

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