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Out of the Ashes It is August 5 1945 and Japanese kids around the age of 10 are training for a war with the Americans while over in America American soldiers are getting lectured on the background of Hiroshima These are the opening scenes of the movie Out of the Ashes a movie about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and the effects on it The normal things are going on in Hiroshima Japan the normal bustling around the city trying to get things done Until later in the day when a warning is dropped a few hours in advance letting the people of Hiroshima know that they need to get out of there quickly A few hours later on August 6 1945 the atomic bomb is dropped from the Americans on Hiroshima to try and put an end to the Japanese War The effects of nuclear radiation are amazing and sickening everywhere you look you can find evidence of it Some people just collapse and die immediately from the radiation poisoning while for others it takes a while to kill them People try to find any escape from the extreme heat created by the explosion needing any bit of water then can find before the heat melts them and dehydrates them to death Families are torn apart some members of the family die immediately while others are killed slowly by radiation or bleeding to death while others may survive Children lose their parents and vice versa whole families are killed Almost every one who was exposed to the radiation which was just about everyone with in 300 miles from Hiroshima and others from fallout will never live a normal life again because of the damage caused by massive radiation bombardment It is very sick to watch a persons hair fall out as they try and comb it or to not be able to move bc of being burnt so badly but it just shows
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