She survived because she had been working at Hiroshima station; nonetheless, she wasn't spared the ramifications of the A-bomb
radiations as she died six months later after suffering leukemia," Shyozo said with a heavy heart.
Through belongings left by the victims, A-bombed
artefacts, testimonies of survivors, and related materials, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum conveys to the world the horror of nuclear weapons and spreads the message of 'No more Hiroshima'.
TEHRAN (FNA)- This month marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; with each passing year the historical record is ever clearer that dropping the A-bombs
was unnecessary, repugnant and a war crime.
Like Alperovitz, Holloway contends that the successful A-bomb
explosion at Alamogordo, New Mexico, on July 16, 1945, changed the purpose of the use of the A-bomb
A study by researcher Maya Todeschini focuses on the ways in which the A-bomb
affected women within Japanese culture.
And Japanese A-bomb
survivors from Nagasaki said they deserved the prize instead
Quite simply, without the kind of space that Tuymans opened for painting, it is almost inconceivable that a canvas like Sasnal's Widlik could sit comfortably within a stream of production that also includes such disparate works as his A-Bomb
The paper birds came to be a world-wide symbol of peace through the courage and determination of Sadako, a young Japanese girl with leukemia caused by radiation from the A-bomb
Japanese Ambassador to the UK His Excellency Masaki Orita (left) launches an international peace event in Coventry yesterday with Nagasaki A-Bomb
survivor Yoshiro Yamawaki, as a young boy prays.
The $25,000 NHK President's Prize for the Best High Definition TV Entry went to Drawing A-Bomb
Memories, a Japanese documentary.
But just for good measure, he also damaged books by Gay Talese and the historian Peter Gay, and even defaced a book of poetry by Mark Levine entitled Enola Gay, referring to the plane that dropped the A-bomb
BRITAIN exploded its first A-bomb
at Trimoulle in the Monte Bello Islands, 60 miles off Australia, in 1952.