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ATOM BOMB. - The Effects of the Atomic Bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Report of the British Mission to Japan.

London, HMSO 1946. Octavo printed wrapper (wrapper spotted); vi,22pp & 24 photo illustrations on 12 plates, a diagram at the end. ¶ The commission spent November in Japan, its object to "point to general conclusions on the effects to be expected from similar atomic bombs, should they fall outside Japan, and in particular in Great Britain." The conclusions were sombre: "Not all the remaining 200,000 would constitute a rehousing problem: because about 50,000 of them would be dead or would die within eight weeks".
AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 47.5 US$ 54.11 | £UK 42.75 | JP¥ 6089] Book number 9635

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