Nagasaki photos by Yosuke Yamahata 山端庸介が原爆投下翌日の写真を撮った

Yosuke Yamahata was an Imperial Army photographer who was ordered to go to Nagasaki to photograph the after effects of the atomic bomb. He and two others, a writer and an artist, arrived in Nagasaki the morning after the bomb was dropped. Yamahata went on to capture over 100 extraordinary images of the devastation, people who survived, people helping the wounded, and the inevitable corpses.

山端庸介(1917−66)は陸軍報道カメラマンとして原爆投下翌日の長崎に入り,100枚以上の非常に貴重な歴史的の写真を撮った。長崎原爆資料館にも大きく展示されている。

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