Atomic Bomb Video

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Scientists come from all over the world to work on the American Atomic Bomb, then test it in New Mexico. July 1945. (1:07, 1.8 MB)


American B-29s drop atomic weapons on Japan. August 1945. (0:58, 1.5 MB)

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