File:Atomic cloud over Nagasaki from Koyagi-jima.jpeg

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English: Atomic cloud over Nagasaki from Koyagi-jima by Hiromichi Matsuda
Date
Source Мир вокруг нас через объектив, originally (The atomic bomb mushroom cloud over Nagasaki on August 9, 1945 in the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum.)
Author Hiromichi Matsuda (松田 弘道, ?-1969)

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  1. It was published before January 1, 1957.
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