It was the first atomic bomb ever dropped on people. Over 140,000 people were killed and injured in Hiroshima. The “Fat Man" bomb, dropped on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945, killed and injured over 75,000. This was the way the U.S. demonstrated its scientific and technological achievements and new principles of foreign policy to the world. Besides the radiation sickness the victims of which cannot be counted, the USA also “gifted” the mankind with the mass nervous disorders caused by the fear of constant threat of nuclear catastrophe. And a little more about another nervous disease, which bears the name of the “Iserly Complex.” It is a complex of responsibility for the mass murder of people, named after the pilot of the plane escorting Enola Gay.
On August 6, 1945, the “Little Boy” bomb was dropped from the U.S. B-29 Enola Gay