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Tsutomu Yamaguchi survived both nuclear attacks to Japan when the U.S. dropped atomic bombs in World War II. Yamaguchi saw the U.S. drop the first atomic bomb during a business trip on Aug. 6, 1945. He survived with burns across his face and arms, and made it home to Nagasaki. Three days later, the second atomic bomb hit, flattening Yamaguchi’s home. His family survived while out finding ointments to treat his already existent burns. They were safe in a tunnel and survived as well.
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