Hiroshima: The Lost Photographs, now an exhibition at the International Center for Photography

By: s2darkling

Dec 05 2014

Category: Uncategorized

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theportraitgroans:

More of God’s Work.

9/11 was the day the world changed, because some people realized that they aren’t implicitly uninvoled in conflicts they monger and profit from. But 8/45 was a day to rejoice and learn something about themselves — their destruction, their ego.

Some of the Cities on the list of potential candidates had high Military Value, but already being defeated, there was no tactical advantage in taking out the opposing malitia. Instead, two Cities of high civilian population density were chosen — for ‘Shock and Horror’…

Einstein:

Hiroshima: The Lost Photographs, now an exhibition at the International Center for Photography

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