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Perhaps as many as 200 people from Hiroshima sought refuge in Nagasaki. The 2006 documentary Twice Survived: The Doubly Atomic Bombed of Hiroshima and Nagasaki documented 165 nijū hibakusha (lit. double explosion-affected people), nine of whom claimed to be in the blast zone in both cities.

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Between 60,000 and 80,000 people were killed instantly. The heat from the bomb was so intense that some people simply vanished in the explosion. Many more died of the long-term effects of ...

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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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If you mean how many people around the world were involved this will give you an idea: Over Seventy One Million Worldwide died in World War 2. That is only the amount of people who died.

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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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Six miles below the crew of the Enola Gay, the people of Hiroshima were waking up and preparing for their daily routines. It was 8:16 A.M. Up to that point, the city had been largely spared by the rain of conventional air bombing that had ravaged many other Japanese cities.

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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.

www.britannica.com/event/World-War-II/Hiroshima-and-Nagasaki

World War II - Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Throughout July 1945 the Japanese mainlands, from the latitude of Tokyo on Honshu northward to the coast of Hokkaido, were bombed just as if an invasion was about to be launched. In fact, something far more sinister was in hand, as the Americans were telling Stalin at Potsdam. In 1939 physicists in the United States had learned of experiments in Germany ...

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How Hiroshima and Nagasaki Saved Millions of Lives. ... and this would have killed far more people than Hiroshima and Nagasaki. ... many times greater than the 200,000+ people that died from the ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_died_in_Japan_in_World_War_2

i don't know how many people died in ww2 at sea im doing a project for socials in my school what i have read on the internet is 30 thousand i don't believe its true consisdering Hitler killed ...