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When the United States dropped a nuclear bomb on the city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, approximately 140,000 people died in a city whose population was 330,000 at the time.
Four months earlier, on the nights of March 9 and 10, , 1945, three hundred (300) B-29 bombers dropped 1,700 tons of incendiary (napalm) bombs on Tokyo. Roughly 100,000 people died.
Source: Japan Times
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