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Suboy, who met with former US President Barack Obama during a visit to Hiroshima in 2016, said he “died of anemia on Saturday”, a director of Nihon Hitangio, a coalition of organizations for victims of the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
On August 6, 1945, when the first atomic bomb in American history was dropped, 20-year-old Suboy was at the Hiroshima College of Engineering.
The bombing devastated the city and caused thousands of deaths.
“I had burns all over my body,” Supoi recalled of the 2016 outbreak.
Japan commemorates 75 years since the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
The Little Boy bomb killed at least 140,000 people in the port city. Many of the victims died on the spot, and many more died in the next few weeks and months due to injuries or radiation.
Three days later, US forces dropped another atomic bomb on Nagasaki (southwest), killing 74,000 people.
Two bombs, with unprecedented destructive power at the time, led Emperor Hirohito to announce to his citizens that he had surrendered to the Allies on August 15, 1945, marking the end of World War II.