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“We must not allow there to be a third site of a wartime atomic bombing after Hiroshima and Nagasaki.”
“Never give up” was his trademark phrase, especially for his fight for a world without nuclear weapons.
They say that "One Thousand Paper Cranes" shouldn't need a white person to help tell the story of people of color.
"We have avoided nuclear war not through prudent leadership but good fortune," said Beatrice Fihn, at the award ceremony in Oslo.
August 9th is a good time to remember that the United States has an addiction, and an affliction, of violence.
Hundreds of thousands died after the U.S. bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, according to some estimates.
Setsuko Thurlow was thirteen years old when the first atomic bomb ever used on people ripped through Hiroshima, including
With rare exception, the question of whether the atomic bombs were necessary to end World War Two is debated only deep within