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صور| معاناة ” ناجازاكي” بعد 12 ساعة من سقوط القنبلة النووية

صور| معاناة ” ناجازاكي” بعد 12 ساعة من سقوط القنبلة النووية



70 عاما مرت على واحدة من أسوأ الكوارث والانتهاكات التي ارتكبت في حق الإنسانية، جريمة اهتزت لها ضمائر العالم لكن هذا الرفض لم يغير من الحقيقة شيء، قنبلة ألقيت تسببت في تغيير كامل لمدينة عاش أهلها ولم يخطر ببالهم في يوم من الأيام أن يستيقظوا فيجدوا الأخضر واليابس قد تلاشى وحل محلهم الخراب والدمار ورائحة الموت في كل مكان.
نشرت صحيفة الديلي ميل 11 صورة توثق تلك الساعات التاريخية المؤلمة التقطهم المصور العسكري الياباني يوسوكي ياماهاتا بعد 12 ساعة من إلقاء القنبلة الذرية على مدينة ناجازاكي، أظهرت الصور مدى الدمار الذي لحق بالمدينة وحالات الموت الجماعية والإصابات والتشوهات التي لحقت بسكانها.
وصل عدد الصور الملتقطة إلى 200 صورة، واستخدمت في العديد من وسائل الإعلام والمطبوعات اليابانية عقب القصف.
يروي المصور ذكرياته عن تلك الصور فيقول أنه كان يسمع أصوات الناس وأنينهم وهم يستنجدون بالمارة ويطلبون الماء، رأى الوجوه المشوهة وسمع صرخات الأطفال الذي توفى أغلبهم فيما بعد بسنوات نتيجة أمراض السرطان بسبب القصف.
يذكر أن هجوم ناجازاكي النووي أسفر عن مقتل 120 ألف شخص، وإصابة الآلاف الذين عاشوا فيما بعد يعانون من التشوهات والأمراض الخطيرة.

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BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: RRAuctions/BNPS Haunting photographs taken the day after Nagasaki was hit with an atomic bomb have emerged 70 years after being confiscated by American forces.  The collection of poignant images taken by Yosuke Yamahata, a Japanese military photographer, show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors immediately following the nuclear blast.  Yamahata was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes and arrived at the scene just 12 hours later.  His photographs, which became iconic after featuring in a 1952 edition of Life Magazine, are considered the most complete record of the attack's aftermath.  However some were confiscated by an unidentified US military policeman in the months that followed, never to be seen again until now.  The lot is being sold by RR Auction in the USA on Sunday, September 25.

BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: RRAuctions/BNPS Haunting photographs taken the day after Nagasaki was hit with an atomic bomb have emerged 70 years after being confiscated by American forces.  The collection of poignant images taken by Yosuke Yamahata, a Japanese military photographer, show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors immediately following the nuclear blast.  Yamahata was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes and arrived at the scene just 12 hours later.  His photographs, which became iconic after featuring in a 1952 edition of Life Magazine, are considered the most complete record of the attack's aftermath.  However some were confiscated by an unidentified US military policeman in the months that followed, never to be seen again until now.  The lot is being sold by RR Auction in the USA on Sunday, September 25.

BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: RRAuctions/BNPS Haunting photographs taken the day after Nagasaki was hit with an atomic bomb have emerged 70 years after being confiscated by American forces.  The collection of poignant images taken by Yosuke Yamahata, a Japanese military photographer, show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors immediately following the nuclear blast.  Yamahata was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes and arrived at the scene just 12 hours later.  His photographs, which became iconic after featuring in a 1952 edition of Life Magazine, are considered the most complete record of the attack's aftermath.  However some were confiscated by an unidentified US military policeman in the months that followed, never to be seen again until now.  The lot is being sold by RR Auction in the USA on Sunday, September 25.

BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: RRAuctions/BNPS Haunting photographs taken the day after Nagasaki was hit with an atomic bomb have emerged 70 years after being confiscated by American forces.  The collection of poignant images taken by Yosuke Yamahata, a Japanese military photographer, show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors immediately following the nuclear blast.  Yamahata was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes and arrived at the scene just 12 hours later.  His photographs, which became iconic after featuring in a 1952 edition of Life Magazine, are considered the most complete record of the attack's aftermath.  However some were confiscated by an unidentified US military policeman in the months that followed, never to be seen again until now.  The lot is being sold by RR Auction in the USA on Sunday, September 25.

BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: RRAuctions/BNPS Haunting photographs taken the day after Nagasaki was hit with an atomic bomb have emerged 70 years after being confiscated by American forces.  The collection of poignant images taken by Yosuke Yamahata, a Japanese military photographer, show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors immediately following the nuclear blast.  Yamahata was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes and arrived at the scene just 12 hours later.  His photographs, which became iconic after featuring in a 1952 edition of Life Magazine, are considered the most complete record of the attack's aftermath.  However some were confiscated by an unidentified US military policeman in the months that followed, never to be seen again until now.  The lot is being sold by RR Auction in the USA on Sunday, September 25.

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