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|Description:||Japanese family camps in ruins of Nagasaki, having built temporary shelter from bits of metal and wood debris on the terraced hill that was once row on row of houses. From scrapbook presented to Postmaster General Robert E. Hannegan on the occasion of his visit to General Headquarters, U. S. Army Forces, Pacific in Tokyo, Japan, July, 1946.|
|ARC Keywords:||Nagasaki-shi (Japan) bombardment, 1945; World War, 1939-1945|
|HST Keywords:||Atom Bomb; Japan - Cities - Nagasaki|
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