Item #12765 Enola Gay Weapons Officer Morris Jeppson writes the effect of the Atomic bomb Blast on a Photo of Hiroshima after the A-bomb. Jeppson, ATOM BOMB.
Enola Gay Weapons Officer Morris Jeppson writes the effect of the Atomic bomb Blast on a Photo of Hiroshima after the A-bomb

Enola Gay Weapons Officer Morris Jeppson writes the effect of the Atomic bomb Blast on a Photo of Hiroshima after the A-bomb

ISP - Inscribed Signed Photo

Morris Jeppson, Weapons Officer of the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, he was the last person to touch the bomb when he armed it on the plane. . 9" x 8 1/2" black and white photo of the Atomic dome after the devastation of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Historic inscription by Enola Gay Weapons Officer Morris Jeppson: "The radius of destruction of Hiroshima was about 1.6 km, with resulting fires across 11.4 square km. Infrastructure damage was estimated at 90% of Hiroshima's buildings either damaged or completely destroyed. Morris Jeppson - Weapon Test Officer - Enola Gay Mission - Hiroshima 6 Aug. 1945" Excellent condition.

Item #12765

Price: $500.00

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