OMG!! you wouldnt believe what was remained of jqapanese man that survived the Hiroshima Nagazaki nuclear bomb during WORLD WAR II

 He is among the few that has been left to tell their story after the disastrous nuclear bomb that ravished japan
The frail 86-year-old body of Sumitery Taniguchi is a web of scars, that have criss-crossed his skin for 70 years.
The
elderly man was one of the many tens of thousands of victims of the
atomic blast that destroyed the Japanese port city of Nagasaki, on
August 9 1945.
He
is still unable to fully straighten his left arm, while his wife rubs
moisturising cream onto his scars every morning to reduce the
irritation.
Three
of his ribs half rotted away following the attack and still press
against his lungs, leaving unnatural dents and swellings in his scrawny
chest.
Survivor: Sumitery Taniguchi, 86, was one of the many tens of thousands of victims killed or severely injured by the atomic blast over Nagasaki, on August 9 1945

Survivor: Sumitery Taniguchi, 86, was
one of the many tens of thousands of victims killed or severely injured
by the atomic blast over Nagasaki, on August 9 1945

Web of scars: He was just 16 when the five-tonne plutonium bomb, known as the 'Fat Man', detonated 500m above the thriving Japanese port city
Web of scars: He was just 16 when the
five-tonne plutonium bomb, known as the ‘Fat Man’, detonated 500m above
the thriving Japanese port city
He
has revealed his scars as part of his work with the Nagasaki survivors’
group that he leads, in the struggle against nuclear proliferation.
He and his group hope that no one will ever again suffer the pain of a nuclear blast.
Mr
Taniguchi was just 16 when the five-tonne plutonium bomb, known as the
‘Fat Man’, exploded 500 metres above his home city of Nagasaki, on the
western side on the Japanese island of Kyushu.
The city was one of Japan’s most important ports, providing vital access to and from Shanghai.
Constant pain: Mr Taniguchi's wife still rubs moisturiser into his scars every morning to relieve the irritation, while his three rotten ribs press on his lungs
Constant pain: Mr Taniguchi’s wife
still rubs moisturiser into his scars every morning to relieve the
irritation, while his three rotten ribs press on his lungs
Scarred: Mr Taniguchi has revealed what remains of his horrific injuries as part of his work with the Nagasaki survivors' group that he leads, in the struggle against nuclear proliferation
Scarred: Mr
Taniguchi has revealed what remains of his horrific injuries as part of
his work with the Nagasaki survivors’ group that he leads, in the
struggle against nuclear proliferation
Devastated: Mr Taniguchi's back was torn apart in the blast, which threw him from his bicycle as he worked as a letter carrier. He was just over a mile from the epicentre of the bomb
Devastated: Mr Taniguchi’s back was
torn apart in the blast, which threw him from his bicycle as he worked
as a letter carrier. He was just over a mile from the epicentre of the
bomb.
 

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