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Hiroshima_Aftermath_1946_USAF_Film.ogv(Ogg multiplexed audio/video file, Theora/Vorbis, length 17 min 17 s, 480 × 360 pixels, 435 kbps overall)

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English: Color Film footage taken by Daniel A. McGovern and Harry Mimura (Akira Mimura) in Hiroshima in early 1946. The precise dates in March and April 1946 are shown on each clapperboard within the video. The opening frame of the video displays reference number "342.USAF.11078". The first clapperboard at 0:07 is : "USSBS Motion picture proj. / Lt. Mc Govern / Date April 8 46 / Roll 219, Project 30 / Take 1 , Scene 60 / Sequence / Hiroshima" (USSBS : United States Strategic Bombing Survey)

The clapperboard at 3:36 displays : "USSBS Mot. Pic. Proj. / Cameraman Harry Mimura Tono / Director 1st Lt. D.A. Mc Govern AAF / Location Hiroshima Date March 27 ?? / Proj No 10 Seq No 2 Scene No 1 / Roll No 339 Mag No - Take No 2".

See also shot list below:

Date from 22 March 1946 until 8 April 1946
Source https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_Aa8GOBYU0
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This media is available in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the National Archives Identifier (NAID) 64526.

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Author Harry Mimura (cameraman), Daniel A. McGovern (director)
Media of the day This file was selected as the media of the day for 08 May 2011. It was captioned as follows:
English: Life among the rubble in Hiroshima in March and April 1946. Film footage taken by Lieutenant Daniel A. McGovern (director) and Harry Mimura (cameraman) for a United States Strategic Bombing Survey project.

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