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Français : Hiroshima : brûlures provoquées par l'intense effet thermique de la bombe atomique. Les parties foncées du tissu ont absorbé la chaleur et marqué profondément la peau.
English: Japanese woman suffering burns from thermal radiation after the United States dropped nuclear bombs on Japan in World War II. This is not a result of ionizing radiation but rather heat from the blast's thermal pulse being reflected and absorbed by different parts of the clothing pattern.
Date 8 August 2005 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from fr.wikipedia
Author Original uploader was Dake at fr.wikipedia
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