Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission
General Report 1947

    
COVER PAGE

FOREWORD
 
MEMBERS
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
PREFACE
 
  
PART I
 GENERAL REPORT
 
   A.
 The Commission
 
      1.
 Formation
 
      2.
 Objectives
 
   B.
 Activities
 
   C.
 Findings
 
   D.
 General Impressions
 
   E.
 Accomplishments
 
   F.
 Future Organization
 
   G.
 International Aspects
 
  
PART II
 REMARKS ON THE CURRENT SITUATION IN JAPAN
 
  
PART III
 APPENDICES
 
   1. Memorandum to Colonel William S. Stone, 19 November 1964, re: Long-Term Follow-up of Atomic Bomb Casualties
 
   2. Japanese Material Organization for Study of Atomic Bomb Casualties Monthly Progress Reports
 
   3. Japanese Manuscripts Available as of 2 January 1947
 
   4. Japanese Plans for Publication of their Reports
 
   5. Considerations in the Study of Burn Sequelae in Atomic Bomb Survivors
 
   6. The Question of the Genetic Effects of the Atomic Bombing
 
   7. Memorandum to L.V. Phelps re: Vital Statistics
 
   8. Memorandum to Colonel Harry Johnson re: Interim Program
 
   9. Report on the Medical Studies of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb (Japanese National Research Council)
 
      Ch. 1 Injurious Effects of the Explosion of the Atomic Bomb upon the Human Body
 
      Ch. 2 Clinical Course of the Atomic Bomb Injuries
 
      Ch. 3 Damages & Casualties by the Atomic Bomb
 
      Ch. 4 Problems in Contamination of the Bombed Area
 
      Ch. 5 Protection & Rescue Problems Against the Atomic Bomb
 

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