AN UNIDENTIFIED NEWSMAN STANDS AMID THE RUBBLE OF HIROSHIMA IS SEPTEMBER 1945
An unidentified newsman stands amid the rubble of Hiroshima in September 1945, a month after the atomic bomb was dropped on the city. The city had a population of roughly 400,000, three-quarters of them were civilians. (UPI/File)
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