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Children of the A-bomb
|Other titles||Children of the atomic bomb.|
|Statement||compiled by Arata Osada ; translated by Jean Dan and Ruth Sieben-Morgen ; illustrated by Mr. & Mrs. Minoru Kuroki.|
|Contributions||Osada, Arata, 1887-1961.|
|LC Classifications||D767.25.H6 G42513 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||437, xi p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||437|
|LC Control Number||82221550|
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"Children of the A-Bomb" is a collection of 67 testimonies of Hiroshima survivors culled from a total of more than two thousand, detailing the experiences of these innocent victims on August 6th,as painfully remembered six years later, on what in the Japanese way of counting was the seventh anniversary of the event.5/5(8).
Children of the Atomic Bomb is a surprisingly eloquent little book about the human cost of the most horrific acts of war ever perpetrated by mankind - the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August of Cited by: 3.
In Iwanami Shoten published Genbaku no ko (translated as Children of the A-Bomb or Children of Hiroshima), his compilation of personal accounts by young A-bomb survivors. He later served as the first president of the Japan Educational Research Association, and founded Save the Children Books by Arata Osada/5.
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This book will make you angry. It will also make you worry. This book will tear you apart. Nakazawa, a political manga cartoonist, tells his story of surviving the A-bomb attack on Hiroshima in this intense autobiography.
Nakazawa does not sugarcoat, because sugarcoating war does not help anyone/5. Get this from a library! Children of the A-bomb, the testament of the boys and girls of Hiroshima. [Arata Osada]. If you have children, or teach children, and worry about the bomb, this book is a fine way to tell them what you're worried about.
Advertisement Continue reading the main story.Before the bombing, Mrs. Hatsuyo Nakamura was a tailor's widow with three children: Toshio, a ten-year-old boy; Yaeko, an eight-year-old girl; and Myeko, a five-year-old girl. Her husband had left her a sewing machine after dying while serving in the army, and Mrs.
Nakamura used this sewing machine to make a living and support the children.