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In these March 2006 videos, Hiroshima survivor Akihiro Takahashi narrates an illustrated presentation of his personal experience on the day of the bombing and reflects on the meaning of Hiroshima and Nagasaki today. (Japanese with English subtitles.)

Illustrations by Goro Shikoku
Courtesy of Hiroshima Peace Institute

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A Schoolboy’s Story
The Bomb
Hell on Earth
Fire & Black Rain
Going Home

50 Years Later:
A Survivor’s Reflections

Part One
Part Two
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