Document Type

Student Research Paper

Advisor(s)

Dr. Brian Newsome

Publication Date

Fall 12-31-2019

Department

History

Abstract

Initially, those who survived the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and its immediate aftermath were considered fortunate. This assumption was soon disproved, as the survivors suffered from various environmental, health, socio-economic, and cultural hardships as result of the bomb.

Comments

FYS 100 HA, World War II

Anna Carper Award Winner 2020

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