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Aiko Ikemoto (right) and her younger brother, Toru, at Hiroshima Red Cross Hospital (October 6, 1945) Hair loss caused by the effects of radiation generally began to appear approximately two weeks after the atomic bombing. From the A-bomb Photographs of Shunkichi Kikuchi.
The Hiroshima explosion, recorded at 8:15am, August 6, 1945, is seen on the remains of a wristwatch found in the ruins in this 1945 United Nations photo. The shadow of the small hand on the eight was burned in from the blast, making it appear to be the big hand. (AP Photo/United Nations)
Nagasaki 1954 Kansuke Ymamoto. ©Toshio Yamamoto. Urakami Cathedral ( The atomic bomb that fell on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945 detonated in Urakami only 500 m (1640 ft) from the cathedral, completely destroying it. As Assumption of Mary (August 15) was near, Mass was held on the day and was well attended. Due to heat wave and collapsed stones all were killed.)
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The A-bomb Photographs of Shunkichi Kikuchi: Aiko Ikemoto (October 6, 1945) In Mr. Kikuchi’s note, Aiko was identified as an outpatient at Hiroshima Red Cross Hospital. A doctor first saw her on September 24. Her symptoms included “hair loss, lack of appetite, bleeding from the eyes and gums, and fever.” The siblings were photographed, alone and together, in seven photos.