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Even today, the shadows of the victims lay imprinted on the walls of these cities. The US Airforce before dropping the A-bomb, dropped pamphlets in Hiroshima warning people of the bombing. For decades, the mayor of Hiroshima, Tadatoshi Akiba wrote letters of protest each time a nuclear test was conducted, as a plea to end the use of nuclear weapons.
The Flame of Peace in Hiroshima, Japan has burned since in honor of the victims and will be extinguished only when all nuclear weapons are removed from the world and the Earth is free from nuclear threat. After the first Hiroshima atomic bombing in Japan, one Hiroshima policeman went to Nagasaki to teach police about ducking after the atomic flash. In , a man named Tsutomu Yamaguchi survived the atomic blast at Hiroshima, dragged himself into an air-raid shelter, spent the night there, in the morning caught a train so he could arrive at his job on time in Nagasaki, where he survived another atomic blast.
The oleander is the official flower of the city of Hiroshima because it was the first thing to bloom again after the explosion of the atomic bomb in About 12 cyanide pills were kept in the cockpit of the Enola Gay plane carrying A-bomb , and pilots were instructed to take them if the mission was compromised during the bombing of Hiroshima — Source 8.
Only 3 of the 12 people on board the Enola Gay actually knew the real purpose of their mission to Hiroshima. After the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, hundreds of people many of them already injured , made their way towards Nagasaki. Of these, survived, both the bombings and lived to tell the tale.
An American made bank vault saved the contents from the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. After reconstruction of the bank, the new manager sent a congratulatory letter to the vault manufacturer. In , Japanese radar operators detected a small number of incoming US planes one of which carried the nuclear bombs to be dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki , but decided not to intercept them as the small number of planes were not seen as a threat.