Hiroshima Atomic Bomb (1945). A Day That Shook The World. The first atom bomb to be used as a weapon, "Little Boy" (as was its codename) was dropped on to the flat terrain of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.
The bomb vapourised buildings and killed nearly 70,000 people directly but by the end of 1945, nearly 100,000 had died from its protracted effects.
A Day That Shook The World is the classic series that recalls the days of the 20th century that proved to be era-defining and pivotal in the course of modern history.
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Sweden passes 10 million people - 10 years early
Ten years before it was estimated to happen, Sweden reaches 10 million inhabitants. The reason for the explosive population growth is connected to immigration.