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SOCIETY

76 Years After United States Bomb Hiroshima, See How The City Looks Like Now.

Hiroshima, a modern city on Japan’s Honshu Island, which was largely destroyed by the United States with an atomic bomb during World War II. The United States detonated nuclear weapons over Hiroshima, Japan on 6 August,1945, the bomb killed a total of 20,000 soldiers and about 126,000 civilians. The bomb also destroy almost every building in that location. Less than ten days after the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, World War II came to an end but Hiroshima was completely destroyed by the Atomic bomb. After

  1 year ago ago
76 Years After United States Bomb Hiroshima, See How The City Looks Like Now.

OTHERS-TERRORISM

Hiroshima Bomb: Photos Of How The City Look 75 Years After Nuclear Attack

Hiroshima Bomb: Photos Of How The City Look 75 Years After Nuclear Attack Hiroshima, is a city on Japan’s Honshu Island, the city was destroyed during World War II using atomic bomb. This year, Japan celebrated the 75th remembrance of the of the release of the world's first atomic bomb. Hiroshima before 1945 when it was bombed The bomb was dropped in the city of Hiroshima on the 6th August 1945 and according to BBC it was reported that the first bombing claimed about 70,000 lives. Bombing of the city of Hiroshima

  1 year ago ago
Hiroshima Bomb: Photos Of How The City Look 75 Years After Nuclear Attack

TECHNOLOGY

How do you know when inventions were first invented?

Many inventiy are invented thousands of years ago so it can be difficult to know their exact origins...some scientist discover a model of an early invention and from this model they can accurately tell us how old it is and where it come from.However,there is always the possibility that in the future other scientist will discover on even older model of the same invention in a different part of the world..infact,we are forever discovering the history of ancient invention.. An example of this is the invention

  2 years ago ago
How do you know when inventions were first invented?

TRAVEL

Japan's 'Naked Festival': Thousands brave cold wearing only loincloths to celebrate festival

Around 10,000 men have taken part in Hadaka Matsuri, a naked festival in Japan's Honshu Island. Clad in only loincloths, the men braved freezing temperatures on Saturday in celebration of prosperity and fertility.The main event saw competitors gather at the Saidaiji Kannonin Temple in Okayama Prefacture at around 10pm on Saturday where they tried to snatch one of two 20cm-long "shingi" wooden sticks thrown by a priest into the crowd.The two sticks, seen as lucky talismans, are thrown among 100 bundles of tw

  2 years ago ago
Japan's 'Naked Festival': Thousands brave cold wearing only loincloths to celebrate festival