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90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki.
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How many people died in the Atomic Bombing?

Roughly 100,000 in each of the two cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on which nuclear weapons were used. This is about the same number as were killed in numerous other air raids on Japan and Germany in which as many as a thousand planes would drop tens of thousands of conventional bombs. Michael Monta (MORE)

How many Japanese civilians died as a result of the two US atomic bombs?

I have seen and heard many figures of the deaths instantaneously, soon after and throughout many decades. In both Nagasaki and Hiroshima each had over 100,000 killed. See link below for some more solid figures. . The estimate of direct deaths from the bomb in Hiroshima was about 70,000 people. For (MORE)

How many people died in the atomic bombings?

Around 100,000 were killed instantly in Hiroshima and some 70,000 were killed instantly in Nagasaki. However with radiation poisoning as well as injuries sustained during the attack, the body count reached between 350,000 - 400,000 lives.

How many died in the atomic bomb in Nagasaki?

On 9 August 1945, Nagasaki was the target of the world's second atomic bomb attack at 11:02 a.m., when the north of the city was destroyed and an estimated 40,000 people were killed. According to statistics given at the Nagasaki Peace Park, the dead totalled 73,884, injured 74,909 and diseased sever (MORE)

How many innocent Americans died because of the atomic bomb?

No Americans have died through atomic blasts. The only two nuclear weapons actively used against another country were used against the Japanese, arguably causing the end to World War 2.. I disagree with this edit. It is inherently flawed. I am sure Americans died in Hiroshima. Americans have been r (MORE)

How many casualties did the Japanese suffer after the US dropped two atomic bombs on japan?

The casualties from the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs combined ran at about 250,000 killed immediately in the blast, with about 100,000 dying from radiation poisoning or injuries in the weeks and months that followed. Victims continued to perish of cancer or radiation poisoning for years following th (MORE)

What do Japanese teach about the Atomic bomb?

One young Japanese student I talked to was surprised to learn that Japan and America had fought a war. He learned of this when he watched the movie "Pearl Harbor" He then borrowed "Tora Tora Tora" and "Midway" from us, it changed his feelings toward some of the older Americans (many who had served i (MORE)

How were the Japanese warned of the atomic bombs?

Shortly before the US dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, the United Stated showered the Japanese cities of Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and 33 other potential targets with over 5 million leaflets warning civilians of the impending attack. In Japanese, the back of the pictured leaflet read: "Read this care (MORE)

How many people died in the Darwin bombings by the Japanese?

It is unknown how many people were killed in the Darwin bombings, but according to the original records, 243 civilians and military personnel were killed. This number was later revised to "about 250", and later again, revised upwards still. The real toll is believed to have been much higher, as t (MORE)

How many japan people died when the atomic bomb was dropped?

According to the Atomic Archives the total casualties for Hiroshima were 66,000 dead and 69,000 injured and for Nagasaki 39,000 and 29,000. . This number is an estimate because it is hard to take into account how many died years later as a result of their injuries. It also does not take into accou (MORE)

How many died in atomic bombing in World War 2?

On August 6 and 9, 1945, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by the first atomic bombs used in warfare. The first atomic bomb ever to be used in a military operation was dropped on the city of Hiroshima, Japan On August 6, 1945 at 8:16:02 a.m. Hiroshima time. The bomb, affectionately (MORE)

How many people died after the atomic bombing?

On August 6 and 9, 1945, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by the first atomic bombs used in warfare. The first atomic bomb ever to be used in a military operation was dropped on the city of Hiroshima, Japan On August 6, 1945 at 8:16:02 a.m. Hiroshima time. The bomb, affectionately (MORE)

How many people died in the nagasaki in the atomic bomb?

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 population was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.

How many people died during both bombings of the atomic bomb?

150,000 - 246,000 killed 410,000 suffering from radiation poisoning Hiroshima had a civilian population of almost 300,000 and was an important military center, containing about 43,000 soldiers. An estimated 140,000 people were killed instantly or died within a few months. Tens of thousands mo (MORE)

How was the Japanese Home front after the atomic bomb?

ummm really bad. due to the fireball explosion and the extreme radiation people disenigrated into what is basically carbon and so did everything else. it depended what radius you were from the bomb. if you were really many miles away you may have just been shaken, but very close were intense winds a (MORE)

Did many Japanese get cancer after Atomic Bomb attack?

Several days after the blast, however, medical staff began to recognize the first symptoms of radiation sickness among the survivors. Soon the death rate actually began to climb again as patients who had appeared to be recovering began suffering from this strange new illness. Deaths from radiation s (MORE)

How many people would have died from the atomic bomb?

"Little Boy" dropped over Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. By end of 1945 -- 140,000 dead By end of 1950 -- 60,000 more dead of bomb-related causes (often radiation poisoning) Hiroshima: 200,000 "Fat Man" dropped over Nagasaki on August 9, 1945 By end of 1945 -- 70,000 dead By end of 1950 -- 140,000 (MORE)

How many Japanese soldiers did the atomic bomb save?

A good question- and we do not really know for certain. If the atomic bombings had not caused Japan to surrender, the Allies would have invaded Mainland Japan. It is estimated that that invasion would have cost the lives of over a million soldiers AND CIVILIANS. The defense of the Japanese homeland (MORE)

How many US people died from the atomic bomb?

Between 11 and 23 American prisoners of war held in Hiroshima died when the atomic bomb was dropped on that city, along with more than 1000 Japanese- Americans that were unable to return to America due to the war. An unknown number of other American prisoners died at Nagasaki.

How many Japanese died in the bombing in irochima and narasaci?

Less than 100,000 per city (look up book ref for validation). It wasn't the casualty figure(s) that was the "big deal", it was the fact that it was a "nuke" that did it...thats what made it a big event (even though people didn't know what a nuke was). Their way of thinking was "Wow! ONE bomb did all (MORE)

Why is to difficult to know just how many people died when the atomic bombs were detonated?

Many individuals who were killed were subsequently cremated in the firestorm that engulfed central Hiroshima and to a lesser extent Nagasaki. Some people in the harbors were washed out to sea, and other bodies were taken from the city (for public health reasons) without an accurate count. The agenci (MORE)

How do the Japanese felt after the atomic bomb was dropped on them?

The Japanese may have felt any emotions, however in my opinion, I think most of the Japanese felt devastated. It is incredible that someone should be capable of asking such a question and not be able to answer it. Many did not feel anything for obvious reasons. Those that knew of it and held pow (MORE)

Many people died atomic bomb on japan?

The number goes to\n300,000. There are few that make us sure the casualties were more. No one knows\nfor sure how many were vaporized in point zero. Also the census used to get\nto the conclusion was the census made in 1940, 5 years before the bombs.

How many Japanese lives were saved by using the atomic bomb?

This cannot be estimated, because it is unclear how long theJapanese would have fought had the war continued. However based onwhat has been observed of the behaviour of the Japanese (bothmilitary and civilian) during the invasion of Okinawa and recordsfound in the Japanese Military archives after th (MORE)