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64rd Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs

64th Aniversary will come this week for Hiroshima & Nagasaki.
For Hiroshima, Aug 6, 1945 is the day. And for Nagasaki, Aug 9, 1945 is the day.
For all humanbeing, the day should have become a lasting memory.

Taking up herewith some News Articles by foreign media regarding 64th Aniversary for Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Duty to Warn: The Bombing of Nagasaki August 9, 1945: The Untold Story Aug 2, 2009 by The People's Voice

The main sticking point was the unreasonable American demand for unconditional surrender US bomber command had spared Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Kokura from ...

The 64th Anniversary of USA Terrorism Enlightened by the Wisdom of ...
Jul 31, 2009 by The People's Voice

On May 17, 2009, Mairead prevailed on seventeen Nobel laureates to sign a letter called the Hiroshima-Nagasaki Declaration. ...

64rd Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs
Aug 2, 2009 by Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Press Release
Never Again!
64rd Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings
Sunday August 9, 2009

For the 34th consecutive year, people in Christchurch will hold a lantern ceremony on the Avon River in remembrance of those who died and the Hibakusha (survivors) of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Beforehand there will be a ringing of the World Peace Bell in the Botanical Gardens, and a gathering at the WEA with speakers, music, poetry and peace crane making....

Nuclear anniversary marked
Aug 2, 2009 by NZ City

The 64th anniversary of the first - and only - times atomic bombs have so far been used in war is renewing calls for the weapons to be destroyed.
A group is gathering in Wellington today to remember the bombings of two Japanese cities. On August 6th 1945 a US plane, known as the Enola Gay, dropped 'Little Boy' on Hiroshima. Three days later, the 9th, the 'Fat Boy' bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. As many as 220,000 people were killed in the attacks, with the bombs hastening the end of the Second World War. ...


Vigil of hope to mark A-bomb anniversary
Aug 1, 2009 by Keighley News

A “vigil of hope” for a nuclear-free world is being staged in Keighley.
The event – in Town Hall Square next Thursday, from 8-9am — marks the 64th anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bombs on Hiroshima and, three days later, Nagasaki.
Keighley peace campaigner Sylvia Boyes said: “These bombs were very small compared to the weaponry deployed at the present time both by major nuclear parties the USA and Russia but also by nuclear weapons states of Great Britain, France, China, Israel, India and Pakistan.

Shadow Cast by Region's Atomic Past
Jul 31, 2009 by New York Times

(RELICS Missiles like one on display in Sandy Hook, N.J., once surrounded New York, kept at bases like the one in Westhampton, N.Y., below.)

“We were on the threshold of World War III,” Mr. Jackson said, with a measure of awe tinged by something like pride that executing top-level decisions about the fate of mankind was then in his young hands. As the anniversaries of the bombings of Hiroshima (Aug. 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (Aug. 9) approach, recalling the dawn of the nuclear age, Mr. Jackson and others can remember that atomic missiles were stationed not just in desolate landscapes out West, but also in the midst of New York’s crowded suburbs and resorts. There were 21 such sites guarding New York City, and relics from that era — like Mr. Jackson’s rusty trailer — still linger in places like Livingston, N.J., and Westhampton, on Long Island. ...

Fewer atomic bomb survivors are left to tell their story
Jul 27, 2009 by Shore News Today

Next Thursday, Aug. 6, the anniversary of the date that the United States dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima in 1945, the Coalition for Peace and Justice will present its annual (since 1982) Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemoration.
The public will be able to hear the eyewitness testimony of two hibakusha, Japanese atomic bomb survivors. The meeting will be held 7 to 9 p.m. in Room F111 of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey on Jimmie Leeds Road in the Pomona section of Galloway Township. Room F111 is across from the Stockton library. Visitors can park in lot number one. The event is co-sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Jersey Shore, the Atlantic City Area Friends Meeting and the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at Stockton....

New findings from Nagasaki-Hiroshima study
Jul 29, 2009 by Hindu

... It is instructive to review some of the recent publications from RERF, when it is observing the 64th anniversary of the atomic bombing at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The epidemiological study of the health and longevity on a population of more than 120,000 individuals for over 50 years, carried out at the RERF is unique. It will not be complete for many more years. Nearly 40 per cent of all A-bomb survivors are still alive; the data maintained at RERF are openly available to any researcher.
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Maybe Truman simply didn't like the Japanese?
Jul 30, 2009 by Ha'aretz

That demand could have been met even before Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombed. There are those who maintain it is no coincidence that the bomb was used in ...

Peace Train: Time to emerge from nuclear dark ages
Jul 30, 2009 by Colorado Daily

Candles Floated for Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Jul 29, 2009 by IcelandReview

(Reykjavik's Pond. Photo by Eygló Svala Arnarsdóttir.)

 As usual, floating candles and peace signs will be sold on the premises. Similar events will also take place in Akureyri and Egilsstadir.
The candles are floated to remember the victims of the nuclear bombing of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6th and 9th 1945.

Summer events mark Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Jul 28, 2009 by Independent Catholic News
Summer events mark Hiroshima and Nagasaki  | peace events, Hiroshima,Nagasaki. Pax Christi
Many peace events are taking place in August around the UK and Ireland to mark the anniversary of  the first atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Some are listed alphabetically below.

AYLESFORD
On 6 August, at 8.20pm there will be an Annual Remembrance for Hiroshima and Nagasaki at Aylesford Priory, in the Relic Chapel, (with refreshments available afterwards) The event has been organised by: Kent Diocesan Area Justice & Peace Group.

COVENTRY
A Hiroshima Day Commemoration will take place on 6 August in the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral from 6 - 7 pm This will be a time of quiet reflection, music, poetry, readings and silence. All welcome. Contact Penny Walker on 02476 664616 for more information.

DERBY
A Hiroshima Day vigil will take place  at 4pm on 6 August, in the place where where fuel rods to power Trident are made -  The Rolls Royce factory in  Raynesway, Derby. For more details contact: nottinghamjp@yahoo.co.uk
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By T.S. on Aug 6, 2009

The morning of Aug. 6, 1945, was clear in Hiroshima, Japan. A rumor had spread among the people that the Americans would not harm Hiroshima because it was a city of devout Buddhists.
Thousands of workers were running and bicycling to work, crossing the many bridges of Hiroshima. School had begun and younger kids were playing in the streets.
At 8:15 a.m., an atomic bomb was dropped from Enola Gay, a U.S. B-29 bomber. Seventy thousand people were killed instantly. Near the center of the explosion, people literally evaporated and only their shadows remained.

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