Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki


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When the war ended with the detonation of two powerful atomic bombs, they seemed to know that there was no time to mourn the destruction of their city. When they came, everything was gone. But they are not worried. Although Japanese morale, they are still thinking about how to solve the problem at hand. Today, their efforts proved to be successful, there is evidence that the two cities are almost completely recovered from the explosion. So how did the Japanese manage to revive the ruined cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki into the functional metropolises they are today?

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After the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, people began to think of ways to recover from such an impact and make it whole again. The effect of the radiation on the people of Hiroshima appears to be the most serious, since for those affected it cannot be fully recovered. The victims were taken to the Hiroshima affected hospital treatment, some people have been evacuated to the countryside, there is no choice. On the other hand, most doctors and nurses are victims, cause they didn’t fulfill the responsibility to help others. The bombing destroyed most of the medical supplies, medical supplies, and a serious shortage. It is clear from this that there are no concrete solutions in terms of medical assistance for the affected victims.

A group of investigators and support staff stationed in Japan is related to the different stages of the overall project. The organization is known as the atomic bomb casualties committee (ABCC). The observable genetic effects of radiation on the first generation of children born after the atomic bombing are varied. These changes include the changes in sex ratio, stillbirth frequency increases, the increase in the frequency of congenital malformation, the increase of infant mortality, and so on. The development of the ABCC project in these two cities. A large number of people although ABCC list, but given to deal with all the seriousness of the problem, long-term lack of trained personnel, this is partly due to budget consideration and difficulty in recruiting. The original plan was for ABCC to develop comparable projects in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Because of the need to collect all the ‘genetic’ data from both cities from the beginning, the genetics program is closer than any other aspect of ABCC activity to an equal effort in both cities. All possible attempts are made to ensure that the genetic programs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki are comparable. The two main factors for this effort are to make a set of in the two cities must follow a strict procedure and several personnel exchanges. The effort is generally regarded as a success. 

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