It’s been 74 years since the Nagasaki atomic bomb was dropped.

On August 9 in 1945, the US deployed an atomic attack on Nagasaki following the attack on Hiroshima on August 6. 

It was the second of two atom-bombs that where dropped over Japan in 1945.

Although the bomb was more powerful than the one used on Hiroshima, its effects were confined by hillsides to the narrow Urakami Valley.

Of 7,500 Japanese employees who worked inside the Mitsubishi Munitions plant, including “mobilized” students and regular workers, 6,200 were killed.

Some 17,000–22,000 others who worked in other war plants and factories in the city died as well.

Casualty estimates for immediate deaths vary widely, ranging from 22,000 to 75,000. At least 35,000–40,000 people were killed and 60,000 others injured.

In the days and months following the explosion, more people died from their injuries. Because of the presence of undocumented foreign workers, and a number of military personnel in transit, there are great discrepancies in the estimates of total deaths by the end of 1945; a range of 39,000 to 80,000. [1]

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