Photos of Japan 1950
• Japan Photos 1950
After Japan's surrender and the end of the Second World War in September 1945, the allied forces led by the United States occupied the country, causing drastic changes here. Japan was disarmed, the empire destroyed and subjected to Western influence. It took years to rebuild the country from thousands of air attacks, including the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Here are some interesting historical photos of Japan 50s.
The former Japanese prisoners of war, are the dust of his friends, who had died while in detention, April 26, 1950.
American bomber B-26 "Marauders" in Japan, September 20, 1950.
The factory for the cultivation of pearls, the peninsula of Ise, 12 October 1949.
Department Tokyo and advertise fashion model swimwear, June 5, 1950.
The impact of the United States: a show a baseball game in Japan, October 20, 1951.
Souvenir shop in Hiroshima, August 3, 1951. Six years ago this place has exploded the atomic bomb dropped by the Americans.
May Day riots in central Tokyo, May 1, 1952. Stones, tear gas, all as is necessary.
to make a film. Is preparing to shoot a battle scene in a Japanese documentary film that tells the story of the last day of the battleship Yamato, June 8, 1953.
A film crew at work.
model of the battleship. "Yamato" - the type of battleship Japanese Imperial Navy during World War II. The largest battleships in history.
The spectators at a baseball game in Tokyo, June 1, 1954.
The opening of the TV Tower in Tokyo - the highest in the world steel structures (332, 6) at the time of construction, March 26, 1955. By the way, the top of the tower antenna was bent March 11, 2011 as a result of the devastating earthquake.
45, the operator removes the new Japanese cabinet in the Prime Minister's residence in central Tokyo, December 17, 1954.
Japanese nurse in Hokkaido during exercise October 20, 1955.
Panorama of Tokyo, August 5, 1955.
The protest in Tokyo against the planned British hydrogen bomb tests on Christmas Island, May 1, 1957. Protesters carry a fungus "hydrogen bomb".
The maneuvers of the Japanese with American weapons and American tank near Tokyo, May 15, 1957.
The teachings of soldiers in Japan May 22, 1957 in a samurai-style.
Buddhist monks march in the opening ceremony of the memorial to the victims of World War II, Kyoto, Japan May 11, 1958.
The rehearsal of the dance group in the theater in Tokyo, July 11, 1958.
frenzy of the fans of the singer in the style of Elvis Presley, Mickey Curtis, Tokyo, February 18, 1958. Japan is keen on rock 'n' roll.
In these times of about 99% of the TV show in Japan are American, 7 July 1959.
rush hour in Tokyo. Specially trained people tamped passengers in the cars.
The company Sony beginning the mass production of portable handheld TV Tokyo on January 5, 1960. The battery lasts for 3 hours.
After the Second World War, Japan has taken a great interest in golf.
Mount Fuji, the view from a passing train. The mountain has a nearly perfect conical shape and is considered sacred for centuries been a popular theme in Japanese art.
The name "hulahup" is derived from the name of the Hawaiian hula and the English word hoop. By the way, in the Soviet Union hulahup he appeared in the early sixties, although at first it is not welcomed by calling the symbol of the emptiness of American culture.