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After world war two Hiroshima was completely rebuilt. A bombed out building at ground zero from the atomic blast was left standing along with the surounding grounds as a reminder of the distruction by the Atomic Bomb.
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ETERNAL FLAME AND MEMORIAL IN HIROSHIMA 1967 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
PRE WWII FOUNTIAN IN HIROSHIMA 1967 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
ONLY REMAINING BUILDING BUILT BEFORE WWII IN HIROSHIMA 1967 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
THE NEW AND THE OLD IN HIROSHIMA 1967 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
CHILDREN'S MEMORIAL IN HIROSHIMA 1967 PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
 SOUVENIR SHOP FOR SUPPORT OF VICTIMS OF THE ATOMIC BOMB 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS

SIGN IN THE SOUVENIR SHOP FOR ATOMIC BOMB VICTIMS 1953
 PHOTO BUD COONS
DOME OF WWII BOMBED OUT BUILDING 1953
PHOTO BUD COONS
HIROSHIMA DEPARTMENT STORE ROOF TOP GARDEN 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
HIROSHIMA FROM DEPARTMENT STORE ROOF 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
STREET AND DEPARTMENT STORE IN HIROSHIMA 1953 
PHOTO BUB COONS
PEACE BUILDING MEMORIAL AND ETERNAL FLAME 1953 PHOTO BUD COONS
CHILDREN'S GOD IN HIROSHIMA 1953 
PHOTO BUD COONS
THAILAND STYLE PAGODA IN HIROSHIMA 2003 
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR
STATUE IN FRONT OF THE HIROSHIMA TRAIN STATION 2003
PHOTO BOB PROCTOR


 HIROSHIMA GROUND ZERO-DOM FROM THE SOUTH SIDE 1951
PHOTO HAROLD DOWNEY
PROCTOR HAROLD DOWNEY AT GROUND ZERO-NORTH OF DOME 1951.
PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN GROUND ZERO-PFC'S HELMERS, ROBIN AND MAUTER 1951.
PHOTO HAROLD DOWNEY

GROUND AERO-EAST SID OF THE
DOMED BUILDING 1951.
PHOTO HAROLD DOWNEY
HIROSHIMA KEN FLAG