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Olivi, co-pilot of plane that dropped the a-bomb on Nagasaki, is dead

Washington, USA - He died in Chicago. He was 82

Fred Olivi died in a rehabilitation center in Chicago on Monday after a stroke. He was 82. Olivi was the co-pilot of the B-29 Bockstar bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki on 9 August 1945, after the first nuclear bomb had devastated the city of Hiroshima. Six days after Nagasaki was attacked, Japan surrendered. In a 1995 interview Olivi said that "I feel sure the bomb...

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