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It was the early morning of March 10, 1945, and Haruyo Nihei had just survived the deadliest bombing raid in human history. As many as 100,000 Japanese people were killed and another million injured, most of them civilians, when more than 300 American B-29 bombers dropped 1,500 tons of firebombs on the Japanese capital that night.
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