Sadako Sasaki was a young Japanese girl who was dying of leukemia from the radiation associated with the Hiroshima bombing.
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Hiroshima mon amour (Hiroshima my Love, 1959) and Marienbad would be the other two connecting points in this triangle.
Desperate measures were used to conclude the long lasting and cruel war and the decision was made to drop the atom bomb at Hiroshima.
gingko trees survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima in August 1945, leading local people to name the tree the bearer of hope.
The eight will appear at Reading Magistrates Court at 9.30am on Saturday 6th August - Hiroshima Day - for a bail hearing.
Hiroshima, visited by a bomb of exponential power, reached an infinity of destruction in seconds.
mon amour (Hiroshima my Love, 1959) and Marienbad would be the other two connecting points in this triangle.
The Scotsman SIXTY years ago, the people of Hiroshima were incinerated by the world's first nuclear bomb.
After the USA dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, Japan surrendered.
Jannick Top: Human barbarism reached a new low in Hiroshima, which forced people to do some soul-searching.
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I think I like this picture of a torii gate near Hiroshima best.
Black Rain is often used as a reference to the precipitation that fell after Hiroshima Japan was hit by atomic bombs.
Three years later, a professional diver from Hiroshima contacted Seiko requesting a watch that could withstand the tremendous pressures and stresses of saturation dives to 350 meters.
In 1945, America detonated an atomic bomb over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in one of the most tragic and destructive military attacks in world history.
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