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Permanent Shadows in Hirosama In Hiroshima, there are permanent shadows caused by the intensity of the nuclear blast when the bomb was dropped.

In Hiroshima, there are permanent shadows caused by the intensity of the nuclear blast when the bomb was dropped.

The shadow of a Hiroshima victim, permanently etched into stone steps after the 1945 atomic bomb. The stone immediately behind the victim was shielded slightly. The rest got washed out by the radiation like when done gets bleached by the sun.

Hiroshima's nuclear shadows O.O

Hiroshima's nuclear shadows

Funny pictures about Hiroshima's shadows. Oh, and cool pics about Hiroshima's shadows. Also, Hiroshima's shadows.


BOMB DROPPED ON HIROSHIMA JAPAN on August 1945 (shadow left by a Hiroshima citizen who had been working at when the bomb was dropped) Creepy, surreal and devastating.

Nagasaki, before and after  On August 9, 1945, when a plutonium bomb was detonated over the city of Nagasaki, between 39,000 and 80,000 people were killed. Half died instantly, thankfully. The other half experienced slow painful death

Nagasaki, 1945 photo from World War II. Slideshow containing Nagasaki, 1945 full-size image

Karma - Hiroshima Japan  Hopefully the world will never see anything as evil as the Japanese empire ever again.

Hiroshima & Nagasaki After the Atomic Bombings: Documentary Film - Peopl.

Rare Historical Photos

Some awesome historical photographs that show people have always been just a bit crazy at times!

Hoy os presentamos una colección de 30 fotografías que ya han dado la vuelta al mundo muchas veces. Conmovedoras y de potente fuerza capturan la int...

Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela. (Héctor Rondón Lovera) 40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

The beauty of remembrance

British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss. The Fallen. A D-Day Tribute in Arromanches, France for those who died in Operation Neptune, June Nine thousand silhouettes in the sand.

Friday 1 July 2016 marked the centenary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, the biggest conflict seen on the Western Front during World War I. Here are some of the most arresting photos fr...

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I - Brigadier-General J. Campbell (on bridge) congratulates soldiers of the (North Midland) Division at Riqueval after their successful crossing of the St Quentin Canal

Shadow of bike from atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima.

Atomic Shadows from Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Shadow of bike from atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima Japan WWII. Great link to atomic shadows.


Keith Sapsford, Australian, hid in the wheel housing of a Japan Air Lines Tokyo-bound jet in Sydney. John Gilspin, an amateur photographer, was testing his new camera lens as the plane took off and unwittingly caught Keith Sapsford’s plunge to death.

Felice Beato (?), undated A Japanese Family Prepares a Corpse for Burial

Japanese family washes a corpse for burial, circa . Read more: Caitlin Doughty: Mortician + Death Activist