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A Blank in the Weather Map

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  1. a non-fiction book written by Japanese author Kunio Yanagida, it was published in Japan in 1975

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  2. The book is about the Hiroshima Meteorological Observatory in 1945. Hiroshima was fully destroyed in the Atomic Bombing on August 6, 1945

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  3. One month later, the phenomenal and powerful typhoon called Makurazaki Typhoon hit Hiroshima and 1229 dead, 1054 injured, 783 missing in Hiroshima Prefecture

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  4. This book investigated what really happened there, why the Meteorological Observatory couldn't help the people

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  5. A Blank in the Weather Map

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