70 years ago, the first nuclear bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. Just 3 days later, a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan.
To commemorate this, we will be showing the highly controversial film, The War Game (1965) . Banned for 20 years this film depicts the horrific scenes witnessed by the people of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.
Film Showing Times: Thursday 6th, Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th- 11.30am
(Viewing time: 47minutes)
The Nagasaki Photography Collection: Opens August 6th
A series of photographs believed to be taken the day after the Nagasaki bombing, which were later bought by an RAF soldier whilst deployed to the area immediately after the event. These photographs have very kindly been donated to Scotland's Secret Bunker by the daughter of Mr Ferns, the RAF soldier.
The Secret Bunker has today unveiled a new photo exhibition celebrating 65 years of the nearby Leuchars Airshow, almost three years to the day since the Red Arrows last flew over the Fife coast.
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As the country gets ready for the long-awaited remake of the film Ghostbusters, in cinemas this weekend, there’s plenty of paranormal activity going on closer to home.