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Maki Hori

Hiroshima, Second Generation
"Nuclear weapons destroy humans indiscriminately, regardless of nationality or race. You are not pardoned if you are a good person..."
Maki Hori

Hiromi Hasai

First Generation, Hiroshima
"Can one kill for peace? Hibakusha are not asking for an apology or compensation. We simply wish to..."
Hiromi Hasai

Sadame Kawamoto

Hiroshima, Second Generation
“Everybody knows that war is bad. And yet, war continues to occur due to religious, economical, and political conflict. I am a..."
Sadame Kawamoto

Akito Kawamoto

First Generation, Hiroshima
"Through meeting (members of the future generation) at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, I have been able to..."
Akito Kawamoto

Tsuneo Nagano

Hiroshima, Second Generation
“My father was a hibakusha, which makes me a second generation hibakusha. When the bomb was dropped, my father..."
Tsuneo Nagano

Reiko Fujino

Hiroshima, Second Generation
“Before anything, I ask that you make an effort to learn what happened in Hiroshima. Fujino Reiko”
Reiko Fujino

Chisako Takeoka

First Generation, Hiroshima
“The other day, I shared my hibakusha experience with a group of energetic sixth graders. When I was finished..."
Chisako Takeoka

Mariko Higashino

Hiroshima, Second Generation
“I am a second generation hibakusha. I work as a legacy successor to tell the stories of my mother, who was exposed..."
Mariko Higashino

Masaharu Abe

Hiroshima, Second Generation
“May there be no more war… How long must one pray for this? My days are spent busy at work; I think less and less..."
Masaharu Abe

Emiko Okada

First Generation, Hiroshima
“War is one of two things: either you kill, or get killed. Many children are victimized by..."
Emiko Okada
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