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Hiroshima : Japan | Aug 05, 2011 at 11:53 PM PDT
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Japan is still not forgot the 140,000 people who died subsequent to the first-ever use of an atomic bomb, dropped by the US on the metropolis of Hiroshima in August 1945, 66 years back.



It is the primary time legislative body from America, as well as Britain and France, attended a commemorative plaque for the show aggression. A total of 75 countries were present.



Prayers were held for the dead, who on this day---August 6, 66 years back had perished at what time the U.S. B-29 fighter bombers had dropped atom bomb called the ‘Little Boy’ at 8.15 A. M. in the morning.



The main entreaty was held in Hiroshima correct at the same time the infinitesimal hell was give permission loose on any human habitats. Japanese prime minister besides other dignitaries also attended this prayer observance.

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A Hiroshima city official said that some 50,000 people participated in the ceremony to remember the 1945 atomic bombing
A Hiroshima city official said that some 50,000 people participated in the ceremony to remember the 1945 atomic bombing
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