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THE ATOMIC BOMBINGS OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI By by The Manhattan Engineer District
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The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki By United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Manhattan District
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This document by the Manhatten Engineering District, sceintifically and logically examines the bombings which may have ended World War II. Also, included in this report is the eyewitness account by... More > Father John A Siemes. His observations speak volumes about the post-atomic human experience in Hiroshima and the surrounding areas< Less
The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki By United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Manhattan District
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This document by the Manhatten Engineering District, sceintifically and logically examines the bombings which may have ended World War II. Also, included in this report is the eyewitness account by... More > Father John A Siemes. His observations speak volumes about the post-atomic human experience in Hiroshima and the surrounding areas< Less
Survivors: The A-bombed Trees of Hiroshima By David Petersen, Mandy Conti
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, built at what was once the hypocenter of an atomic blast, is the most visible sign of the city’s renaissance as a force for peace in 21st century politics. But it... More > is not the only reminder of the spirit of Hiroshima. Less well-known are the scores of “survivors” dotting the metropolitan landscape. These treasured trees, shrubs, and groves date from before the bombing on August 6th 1945. They were spared from annihilation, and are now carefully tended by the schools, homes, temples, and shrines entrusted by fate with their care. Based on a three-year stay in the city by the authors, this pictorial journey into the heart of Hiroshima documents more than 50 sites and 75 trees. There are maps, bilingual place names and addresses, snapshots of local culture, and overviews of each species of plant. Never-before published translations of essays by the a-bomb survivor Tamiki Hara are also included as meditations on the meaning of peace in difficult times.< Less
Rising from the Ashes: A True Story of Survival and Forgiveness from Hiroshima By Akiko Mikamo
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This is a true and incredible story of a Japanese adolescent, Shinji Mikamo, who miraculously survived the first atomic bombing of human kinds. He was on top of his house roof with nothing to shield... More > him at only ¾ of a mile (1,200m) from the epicenter in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 toward the end of the World War II. But what made Shinji stand out from most of the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or even of many other man-made disasters in our history, he never hated Americans as aggressors. He somehow saw things from a much bigger perspective even in the very strict Japanese military government’s mind control of civilians during the war. As one of his three legacy-carrying daughters, Dr. Akiko Mikamo wrote his story to send out the messages of human love and power of forgiveness to remind the world our worst enemies of yesterday could become the best friends of tomorrow.< Less
Rising from the Ashes: A True Story of Survival and Forgiveness from Hiroshima By Dr. Akiko Mikamo
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This is a true and incredible story of a Japanese adolescent, Shinji Mikamo, who miraculously survived the first atomic bombing of human kinds. He was on top of his house roof with nothing to shield... More > him at only ¾ of a mile (1,200m) from the epicenter in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 toward the end of the World War II. But what made Shinji stand out from most of the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or even of many other man-made disasters in our history, he never hated Americans as aggressors. He somehow saw things from a much bigger perspective even in the very strict Japanese military government’s mind control of civilians during the war. As one of his three legacy-carrying daughters, Dr. Akiko Mikamo wrote his story to send out the messages of human love and power of forgiveness to remind the world our worst enemies of yesterday could become the best friends of tomorrow.< Less
Rising from the Ashes: A True Story of Survival and Forgiveness from Hiroshima By Akiko Mikamo
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This is a true and incredible story of a Japanese adolescent, Shinji Mikamo, who miraculously survived the first atomic bombing of human kinds. He was on top of his house roof with nothing to shield... More > him at only ¾ of a mile (1,200m) from the epicenter in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 toward the end of the World War II. But what made Shinji stand out from most of the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or even of many other man-made disasters in our history, he never hated Americans as aggressors. He somehow saw things from a much bigger perspective even in the very strict Japanese military government’s mind control of civilians during the war. As one of his three legacy-carrying daughters, Dr. Akiko Mikamo wrote his story to send out the messages of human love and power of forgiveness to remind the world our worst enemies of yesterday could become the best friends of tomorrow.< Less
The Bushido Element By Juris Vancans
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The greatest cover-up in American history is revealed. On August 10, 1945, after atomic bombs had destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the American B-29 Lucky Strike took off to drop a third atomic bomb... More > on Kyoto, Japan. The plane never reached the target city but disappeared without a trace. All the records of the mission were obliterated. In this shocking, fast-paced story, while the clock ticks towards the nuclear destruction of an American city, the Bushido Element, an ancient, enigmatic power of Japan exposes the secret mission of Lucky Strike and forces the United States to face the accusation that the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were crimes against humanity.< Less
The Bushido Element By Juri Vancans
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The greatest cover-up in American history is revealed. On August 10, 1945, after atomic bombs had destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the American B-29 Lucky Strike took off to drop a third atomic... More > bomb on Kyoto, Japan. The plane never reached the target city but disappeared without a trace. All the records of the mission were obliterated. In this shocking, fast-paced story, while the clock ticks towards the nuclear destruction of an American city, the Bushido Element, an ancient, enigmatic power of Japan exposes the secret mission of Lucky Strike and forces the United States to face the accusation that the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were crimes against humanity.< Less
The Brave Japanese By Kenneth Harrison
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The Brave Japanese is the autobiographical account of an Australian who fought against the Japanese in the desperate struggle to save Malaysia. Ken Harrison’s experiences as a Prisoner of war... More > take the reader to the work camps of Singapore, to Thailand “Death Railway” and to the dockyards of Nagasaki. His journey culminates in a visit to the bomb-devastated Hiroshima long before the arrival of the occupation forces.< Less