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Hiroshima Day: When the whole world trembled

Hiroshima Day is celebrated every year on 6 August. It must have been about 8:15 in the morning on August 6, 1945, that the atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima, Japan. The name of this atomic bomb was called Littleboy. This incident took place during World War II and at that time an atomic bomb named Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan by America.
More than one and a half lakh people died due to this atomic bomb. The figures of the dead are found in many places in many ways. At some places this figure is seen as 140,000 and at some places it is 1.5 lakh. If seen, about 77 years have passed since the Second World War which took place in 1945, but still the Japanese city of Hiroshima cannot forget this terrible day. And every year on 6th August remembers this day as contemplation.

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The damage caused by the atomic bomb should also be seen as a lesson to the world. In provocation, if any country attacks any other country with nuclear bomb, then innocent common people have to bear the consequences. And the coming generations are spoiled by this.
At that time it was Monday, August 6, 1945 and people were about to leave for work when suddenly there was an unprecedented glow which fell due to the atomic bomb. And in about a few minutes such a tragedy was born which has not happened anywhere in the world till date. It was dropped by America’s Boeing B-29 Superfortress and was being flown by Paul. When the atomic bomb dropped, about 80,000 people were killed immediately, after that 40,000 people were also injured and 35,000 people died here, that is, in total, more than 140,000 people died due to the atomic bomb.

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News reports also state that there were about 90,000 buildings before the Hiroshima nuclear explosion in Japan, but only 25 to 30,000 were visible when the debris was cleared after the explosion. Although the United States of America said that we had already warned Japanese citizens about this.
But Japan says that no warning was given for this. Had we known even a little about the warning, we would have definitely saved our citizens. So today is Hiroshima Day. Do tell by commenting how you see it. And for similar posts, keep visiting our website continuously.

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