HIROSHIMA, NAGASAKI – MIDDLEMEN

A boy carrying dead body of his little brother to a cremation pyre, after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki on
August 9, 1945.

The antique fowling piece
reveals the skills
of the gunsmith
and forges his link
with the blood stained feathers.

Einstein’s equation (E = mc2)
made the atomic bomb
theoretically possible.

Szilárd’s fission using uranium, 
made a nuclear chain reaction possible.
“I never thought of that!” said Einstein.

Einstein signed the letter to Roosevelt.
This put the fowling piece in the Hunter’s hand.

“I made one great mistake in my life…
when I signed the letter to President Roosevelt
recommending that atom bombs be made;”

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1 Response to HIROSHIMA, NAGASAKI – MIDDLEMEN

  1. On this day 6th August, 1945, the US drops the first of two atomic bombs on Japan.
    Here is a link to an article on Hiroshima published in the New Yorker in 1946 of accounts from six survivors and what they experienced and saw:
    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1946/08/31/hiroshima

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