How did the atomic bomb affect people?
People not killed outright got injured with deep burns, as well as cuts and bruises. Later on rain fell and it was radioactive. Radiation caused vomiting, nausia, headache, and a loss of white blood cells.
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Answer . Land and water was contaminated by the fallout which looked like black rain. People were badly burned and even those that weren't developed tumours and defects w…hich either killed them or caused defects in the next generation. Apart from the destruction and deaths Japan surrendered to the allies.
Answer . It was a costly enterprise. Estimated at around two billion dollars from beginning to V-J Day. It also created jobs and a major military-industrial complex.
The immediate effects were on the cities of Hiroshima & Nagasaki; they were destroyed. The after effect was on the WHOLE WORLD; Man had entered the "Atomic-Age" and the "Cold …War."
The damage from a nuclear bomb depends upon how close you are to the point of detonation and the yield of the bomb. For a 1 Megaton bomb, the immediate effects are: . Instan…taneous death: 2.5 Km . Immediate immersion in whole-body fire: 10 Km . Third degree burns: 12 Km . Second degree burns: 15 Km . First degree burns: 19 Km . There are also intermediate term effects due to radiation exposure, and long term effects due to radioactive fallout. . For more information, follow the related link below.
It destroys everthing, like it did to Hiroshima.. A disease that if touched with human flesh, or living skin, can cause serious illness and kill you. :P
According to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the population in Japan in October 1940 was estimated to be 73,114,308; in November 1945 the populat…ion was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.
It Blew up the world
It saved millions of Japanese civilian lives that would have been lost in the planned year long invasion of Japan, had the bomb not forced the leaders to surrender.
The ones close to ground zero were evaporised instantly. Further away only skeletons remained and people further away were burd to a crisp.
90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki were killed and in 1950 a national census was conducted in Japan, and 284,000 survivors of the A-bombs were id…entified.
it made it greener with radiation...
Japan had the government caring for the individual. After the bomb, the politic changed. Now Japan looks and care for the community.
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Damage wize: Besides the overall destruction from the shockwave and flames, there is radiation poisoning, acid rain, and even blindness from looking at the explosion. Social… and Eonomic wize: Widespread damage and death that will hurt the economy, and take lots of money to repair.
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It was in august 1945
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first of all, there are many chemicals in the bomb, which affects the lungs greatly. people now that dealed with them, are developing problems.
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Many men, women, and children were affected. Many died from the explosion and put thousands in the hospital. If you read "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes", it will explai…n how the atomic bomb affected the Chinese.
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