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The program will try to understand how the decision was taken to drop the bomb on Hiroshima and follow the stages of 1943, the year in which the best physics minds, such as Oppenheimer and Fermi, met in Los Alamos to experience the first bomb. The experiment was successful and during a summit meeting between Truman, Churchill and Stalin the idea to use this new bomb against Japan began to spread.
With Alberto Angela we will follow all phases of the complex operation, from the preparation to the transport of the atomic bomb to the Tinian station from where the mission for Hiroshima started; at the same time we will also follow the advance of the Americans in the Pacific, which was the scene of fierce battles between sea and sky.
on the anniversary of the atomic bomb - Tvzap
It' s been 70 years since the first atomic bomb hit Hiroshima in Japan. In Rete 4, the documentary Hiroshima - The day that changed humanity presented by Paolo Del Debbio is a final report on the first nuclear attack, the event that marked the beginning of a new age, and an analysis of the political and social consequences of this explosion in Japan and the rest of the world.
On Thursday, August 6th, the second evening of 90 minutes on the air, Hiroshima - The Day that Changed Humanity - enriched the story not only of the circumstances in which the bomb caused the deaths of more than 100,000 people, but also of this explosion that marked the last chapter of the Second World War and the beginning of nuclear time.
Since this morning, 6 August 1945 at 8.16 a.m., armed conflicts, international politics and the security of all mankind are no longer the same. By carefully examining the events before, during and after the launch of the atomic bomb, the documentary reports on the highlights of the 20th century. These include the decisive moments and key positions of the time: from the storerooms of the world's most powerful leaders, both Japanese and Allied, to the interiors of the planes sent to Hiroshima after the attack on the mission.
A very rich archive, avant-garde recording techniques, surprising sources and touching testimonies of protagonists and survivors: "Hiroshima - The day that changed humanity" offers unpublished elements from confidential registers, military material, sequences that the NHK peace archive has never seen before, and deepens the diplomatic path that led to the devastating explosion of the atomic bomb without neglecting the Japanese point of view.
The Day That Changed Humanity was created for Channel 5 and NHK by Brook Lapping in collaboration with ARTE and distributed by BBC Worldwide.