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August 1, 2010

N.C. WWII photographer really did shoot A-bomb photos over Hiroshima

A World War II photographer with the Army-Air Force flew over Hiroshima just after the "Enola Gay" dropped the first A-bomb — and took pictures that for years were credited to others. John McGlohan's B-29 wasn't supposed to be in the sky over Hiroshima that day, and for years McGlohan's story was treated as spurious.

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