• Voices of the Hibakusha: Koko Tanimoto Kondo

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  • Thomas Kenning: Solemn Feats of the Atomic Tourist

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  • “Thank God for the Atom Bomb”

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  • “I wanted to save a half million boys on our side…I never lost any sleep over my decision.” – Harry S. Truman, 1959

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  • Michael Youngborg: Reflections from Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Tour

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  • Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution

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  • Alison Koostra: Reflections from Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Tour

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  • “…the marvelous thing in our history happened. Our Emperor broadcasted his own voice through radio directly to us, common people of Japan…”

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  • Reverend Kiyoshi Tanimoto, “This Is Your Life,” (1955).

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  • “CHINESE WELCOME ‘ATOMIC BOMB’ NEWS,” Foreign Radio Broadcasts, August 8, 1945

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  • Allen Pietrobon, “Cultural Exchanges Flourish in Japan,” October 10, 2011.

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  • “Soviet Home Broadcasts,” Foreign Radio Broadcasts (August 8, 1945)

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  • Goodbye and Arigato: August 10-11, 2011

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  • “When he had penetrated the bushes, he saw there were about twenty men, and they were all in exactly the same nightmarish state…”

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  • “Japan Offers to Surrender,” New York Times (August 11, 1945), pg. 1

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  • “Thousands of people had nobody to help them…”

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  • Visiting Nagasaki: August 9, 2011

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  • Barefoot Gen

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  • Takashi Nagai- “The human race, with this discovery of atomic power, had now grasped the key to its future destiny- a key to survival or destruction.”

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  • Visiting Nagasaki: August 8, 2011

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  • “Those who were burned moaned, “Mizu, mizu! Water, water!” Mr. Tanimoto found a basin in a nearby street and located a water tap that still worked in the crushed shell of a house, and he began carrying water to the suffering strangers…”

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  • “The Texts of the Official Statements and Orders Issued About the Surrender of Japan: JAPANESE DELEGATION BOARDS THE MISSOURI,” New York Times (Sept. 2, 1945)

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  • Visiting Nagasaki: August 7, 2011

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  • “Truman, In Letter to Hiroshima, Defends His Atom Bomb Order,” New York Times (March 15, 1958)

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  • ” The sole uninjured doctor on the Red Cross Hospital Staff was Dr. Sasaki…”

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 6, 2011

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 5, 2011

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  • “As Mrs. Nakamura stood watching her neighbor, everything flashed whiter than any white she had ever seen.”

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  • “There, in the tin factory, in the first moment of the atomic age, a human being was crushed by books.”

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  • Albert Einstein and Bertrand Russell, “The Perils of Universal Death.”

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 4, 2011

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  • “There was unanimous, automatic, unquestioned agreement around our table; nor did I ever hear the slightest suggestion that we should do otherwise.”

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  • Obama Prague Speech On Nuclear Weapons: FULL TEXT

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 3, 2011

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  • Clip: “Duck and Cover,” Federal Civil Defense Administration

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  • Aerial View of Hiroshima After the Bomb: June 26, 1946

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 2, 2011

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  • CORPORAL DESCRIBES HIROSHIMA BOMBING, Foreign Radio Broadcasts, Tokyo (August 10, 1945)

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  • PEACE NEGOTIATIONS BACKGROUND EXPOSED, Foreign Radio Broadcasts, Tokyo (August 6, 1945)

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  • ATOMIC BOMBS WILL NOT ELIMINATE WARS, Daily Report, Foreign Radio Broadcasts, Tokyo (August 8, 1945)

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  • Visiting Hiroshima: August 1, 2011

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  • Clip: Hiroshima Atomic Bomb, 1945- A Day That Shook the World

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  • “What has kept the world safe from the bomb since 1945 has not been deterrence, in the sense of fear of specific weapons, so much as it’s been memory. The memory of what happened at Hiroshima.”- John Hersey

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  • “Smithsonian Alters Plans For its Exhibits on Hiroshima Bomb,” The New York Times (Aug. 30, 1994), p. A17

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  • “Every positive value has its price in negative terms…the genius of Einstein leads to Hiroshima.” -Picasso, Pablo

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  • “Hiroshima Flier and a Survivor Meet Again on Bomb Anniversary: Disagrees With Priest,” The New York Times (August 7, 1957)

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