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My name is Tomataki Amuro Fortunately Im one of the few survivors after the most terrible weapon the Atomic Bomb had dropped on the city of Hiroshima It was a horrible piece of memory I wish I have not been born at that time It was a nightmare for the people in Hiroshima The Bomb affected the whole generation of people It even affected our next generation Thousands of babies were born handicapped or died after a few months after their births Because their mothers absorbed too much radiation during their pregnancies Where were those radiation came from They came from the Atomic Bomb I found out in my later studies that the A- Bomb was a bomb full of Uranium- 235 atoms When the reaction begin a Uranium- 235 atom is hit by a neutron and the Uranium - 235 splits and it gives out many neutron and these neutron will bombard other Uranium-235 atoms and a chain reaction occur While the Uranium-235 atoms are splitting huge amount of energy are released and these energy are as powerful as 20 thousands tonnes of TNT That was why this one Atomic Bomb could destroy the whole city of Hiroshima It wiped out the entire city and killed about 80000 people immediately and much more people were died in later years by the Radiation Sickness And it was the most powerful weapon in the world its power was outside the imagination of mankind And it was targeted on Hiroshima the city I lived in 1945 I was fourteen years old in 1945 I was a student I was studying in a high school named Mesahiki High School in Hiroshima which was only a few streets away from my house The only thing that I could remember about school is I love Chemistry I have a sister Namie Amuro and a younger brother Samaska We were study in the same school My father was a Manager of
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