Children's Peace Monument

Japan Times – Article
“60 years after Sadako Sasaki’s death, the story behind Hiroshima’s paper cranes is still unfolding”

“They called us the ‘ragged class,’” recalls Tomiko Kawano of her sixth-grade group at Noboricho Elementary School in Hiroshima. “Half our class had lost family in the atomic bombing or were survivors themselves.”

Ogura Papers

Japan Times – Article
“Hope After the Horror Revealed in Letters from Postwar Hiroshima”

“In 1957, as atomic bomb survivors continued to die mysteriously of unknown causes — and fierce debate raged about whether or not to preserve the artifacts of the bombing (including the Atomic Bomb Dome itself) — Austrian author Robert Jungk, aided by Ogura, set out to discover the true stories of the A-bomb victims.”

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