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(S+) "I'm not proud of all the dead"

2022-08-06T01:24:31.453Z

Theodore Van Kirk was the navigator of the Enola Gay bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima in 1945. In 2005 he spoke to SPIEGEL.



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Enola Gay crew Theodore Van Kirk, Paul Tibbets and Thomas Ferebee (left to right) after the bomb was dropped

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