Cameraman Daniel McGovern prepares to begin documenting the destruction after the drop of the Atomic Bomb.
R.I.P. I assume the radiation didn't kill him.
can't place the quote, though. oh, well.
To me, this image is what comes to mind every time the President or one of the Mullahs speak from Iran. The bomb can never be a "toy" for Islamists.
I was kinda hoping the common cold got him at his age, or that he just went gentle into that good night.
Instictively I knew that the cause was gonna be cancer. I'm glad he lived as long as he did.
There is a link to a movie (Quicktime viewer) at this web address:
|The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress - First Motion Picture Unit of the U.S. Army Air Corps
This film is a war documentary produced by one of the "Hollywood Colonels," William Wyler, who joined the Air Force Film unit and recorded the sights and sounds of the last mission of a B-17 bomber known as the Memphis Belle, named after the girlfriend of the pilot. A narrator told the story of the 10 crewmen as examples of simple average American boys doing a tough job. The men and plane were filmed during the bombing raid on the submarine plens in Wilhelmshafen, Germany, "just one mission of j...
Keywords: WWII; war; documentary; b17