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Large numbers developed vomiting and bloody and watery diarrhea (vomitus and bloody fecees were found on the floor in many of the aid stations), associated with extreme weakness. They died in the first and second weeks after the bombs were dropped. During this same period deaths from internal injuries and from burns were common.

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Frequent estimates are that 140,000 people in Hiroshima (39% of the population) and 70,000 people in Nagasaki (28% of the population) died in 1945, though the number which died immediately as a result of exposure to the blast, heat, or due to radiation, is unknown.

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The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by The Manhattan Engineer District, June 29, 1946. Total Casualties. There has been great difficulty in estimating the total casualties in the Japanese cities as a result of the atomic bombing. The extensive destruction of civil installations (hospitals, fire and police department, and government agencies) the state of utter confusion immediately ...

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The death tolls of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki are complicated by the protracted impact of nuclear fallout. While many were killed instantly by the blasts – it’s estimated that roughly half the deaths in both attacks occurred on the first day – many more died as a result of radiation sickness and other injuries, long after the detonations.

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90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki In Hiroshima 140,000 were killed and Nagasaki 80,000. Many later died due to radiation poisoning and injuries sustained from the ...

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I’ve not found a figure for Nagasaki but a dozen in Hiroshima. Here’s what I’ve found. Nagasaki: At least eight known POWs died from the bombing and as many as 13 may have died, including a British prisoner of war, Royal Air Force Corporal Ronald Shaw, and seven Dutch POWs.

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The Hiroshima prefecture health department released many reports about deaths. According to reports, most of the people in Hiroshima and Nagasaki died in first day of bombing. Main reason caused deaths was flash or flame burns by %60. Also many people died in falling debris. According to reports, it’s %30. %10 of people died in other reasons.

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A total of about 185,000 people died in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings and their immediate aftermath. Of these, around 110,000 died instantly, and the rest died within days of trauma and radiation sustained in the bombing.

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Nagasaki suffered the same fate as Hiroshima in August 1945. The bombing of Nagasaki on August 9th was the last major act of World War Two and within days the Japanese had surrendered.. Two senior American military figures – General Groves and Admiral Purnell – were convinced that two atomic bombs dropped within days of the other would have such an overwhelming impact on the Japanese ...

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Prior to August 9, Nagasaki had been the target of small scale bombing by the United States. Though the damage from these bombings was relatively small, it created considerable concern in Nagasaki and many people were evacuated to rural areas for safety, thus reducing the population in the city at the time of the nuclear attack.