1. Yosuke Yamahata, military photographer, August 10th 1945, one day after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki - over a period of about twelve hours he took around a hundred exposures.
The city was dead. He walked through the darkened ruins and the dead corpses for hours. By late afternoon, he had taken his final photographs near a first aid station north of the city. In a single day, he had completed the only extensive photographic record of the immediate aftermath of the atomic bombing of either Hiroshima or Nagasaki

    Yosuke Yamahata, military photographer, August 10th 1945, one day after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki - over a period of about twelve hours he took around a hundred exposures.

    The city was dead. He walked through the darkened ruins and the dead corpses for hours. By late afternoon, he had taken his final photographs near a first aid station north of the city. In a single day, he had completed the only extensive photographic record of the immediate aftermath of the atomic bombing of either Hiroshima or Nagasaki

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