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A commentary on the paper "Historical sketch of the scientific field survey of Hiroshima several days after the bombing" by Prof Sakae Shimizu, 1982, published by Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Volume 60, (2), 1982 : implications for survivors, nuclear veterans and the conduct of modern warfare / by Paul Langley
Bib ID 4316228
Format BookBook
Author
Langley, Paul J
 
Description Noarlunga Centre [S. Aust.] : Paul Langley, [2008] 
53 leaves : ill., map ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Written December 2007. Published January 2008.

Includes bibliographical references (leaves 48-52)

Subjects Atomic bomb -- Japan -- Hiroshima-shi -- Physiological effect.  |  Radioactive fallout -- Japan -- Hiroshima-shi.
Other authors/contributors Atomic Ex-Servicemen's Association (Australia)

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