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Published on Sep 6, 2007
Hiroshima: Warning to the World (Aug 1995) After the bomb fell, one Western journalist was witness to the immediate aftermath. Hospitals full of people dying slow, painful deaths; neighbourhoods razed to the ground; fear and hatred in the eyes of many.
"There was no city left. There was just dust", says Wilfred Burchett, the first Western journalist to see the devastation wrought by the atomic bomb. Shocking archive footage lays bare the horrific effects of the attack on Hiroshima.. Victims of the blast suffering from radiation exposure are a tragic warning for the future. Wilfred Burchett continued to remain controversial, reporting from the 'other side' in the Vietnam War and other conflicts.