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Photographic proof that Hiroshima was not destroyed with an atomic bomb

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Published on May 25, 2013

By comparing the photographs taken of Hiroshima after it was bombed, and comparing them with the photographs of Tokyo, after it was bombed, it can be seen that both have similar characteristics. The official story of Tokyo is that it was firebombed. The official story of Hiroshima is that it was destroyed with an atomic bomb. However, the photographs show that both were destroyed the same way.

Hiroshima was not destroyed by one large single explosion; it was destroyed by many small incendiary bombs. The city burned for about 36 hours, according to Crawford Sams. The fire resistant buildings survived the burning.

The photographs are from Life and from the Associated Press. Fair use of these photos is claimed for scholarly purposes only. There is no intent to make a profit.

For the photographs used, follow these two links:
http://www.anglonautes.com/hist_us_20...
http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/20...

There are several pictures of Hiroshima and Tokyo available on the internet, and the viewer is encouraged to do a search for them, and compare them, and decide for himself if Hiroshima was really bombed with an atomic bomb as the official story says, or if the city was burned with incendiary bombs..

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