The Bomb Was Dropped Today is the day after the mass destruction of Hiroshima. On Monday, August 6 th the first atomic bomb to be used in war fare was dropped. The atomic bomb "Little Boy " as they called it was drooped at approximately 8: 15 am Japanese standard time. The B-29 Bomber "Enola Gay" was the one to have dropped the atomic bomb yesterday which caused mass destruction.

When the bomb reached approximately 2, 000 feet above the surface it was detonated. Reports say that "Little Boy" caused a massive wind that leveled houses up to 1. 5 miles from the center of the explosion. "A bright light filled the plane,' wrote Lt.

Col. Paul Tibbets, the pilot of the EnolaGay, the B-29 that dropped the first atomic bomb. 'We turned back to look at Hiroshima. The city was hidden by that awful cloud... boiling up, mushrooming.' He was astonished at what they have done. Today the day after the drop of "Little Boy" it is unknown of the amount of deaths and it is believed to be in the tens of thousands.

What will happen next? Will we see Japansurrender the war? In the up coming days we will see how this concludes. Today is the day after the mass destruction of Hiroshima. On Monday, August 6 th the first atomic bomb to be used in war fare was dropped. The atomic bomb "Little Boy " as they called it was drooped at approximately 8: 15 am Japanese standard time. The B-29 Bomber "Enola Gay" was the one to have dropped the atomic bomb yesterday which caused mass destruction. When the bomb reached approximately 2, 000 feet above the surface it was detonated.

Reports say that "Little Boy" caused a massive wind that leveled houses up to 1. 5 miles from the center of the explosion. "A bright light filled the plane,' wrote Lt. Col. Paul Tibbets, the pilot of the EnolaGay, the B-29 that dropped the first atomic bomb. 'We turned back to look at Hiroshima.

The city was hidden by that awful cloud... boiling up, mushrooming.' He was astonished at what they have done. Today the day after the drop of "Little Boy" it is unknown of the amount of deaths and it is believed to be in the tens of thousands. What will happen next? Will we see Japansurrender the war? In the up coming days we will see how this concludes.