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English: Battered religious figures stand watch on a hill above a tattered valley. Nagasaki, Japan. September 24, 1945, 6 weeks after the city was destroyed by the world's second atomic bomb attack. Photo by Cpl. Lynn P. Walker, Jr. (Marine Corps) NARA FILE #: 127-N-136176
Français : Statues religieuses fracturées sur une colline au dessus d'une vallée entièrement détruite. Nagasaki, Japon, 24 septembre 1945, 6 semaines après la destruction de la ville par le deuxième bombardement atomique de l'histoire.
Русский: Фото разрушенного храма в Нагасаки, сделанная через 6 недель после бомбардировки. Нагасаки, Япония, 24 сентября 1945 года.
Türkçe: Atom bombası saldırısı sonrasında Nagasaki'nin Urakami bölgesinde yer alan Sakamoto mahallesinin görünümü. 24 Eylül 1945 tarihinde Strategic Bombing Survey'nin incelemesi sırasında Deniz Piyade Onbaşısı Lynn P. Walker, Jr. tarafından çekildi. Önde Kannon Bosatsu ve Jizō Bosatsu heykelleri, sağ tarafında Sannō Jinja (ground zero'nun 800 metre güneydoğusu)'nın "Ipponbashira Torii" ("Tek Sutünlü Torii")'si görülmektedir. İleride solda Chinzei Gakuin Ortaokulu Takenokubo Kampüsü (ground zero'nun 500 metre güneybatısı, günümüzde Kassui Lisesi), ortada Shiroyama Millet Okulu (ground zero'nun 500 metre batısı, günümüzde Shiroyama İlkokulu), Arkasında görülen yükselti ise Iwaya Dağı'dır.
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Author Cpl. Lynn P. Walker, Jr. (Marine Corps)
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