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The Resource Hiroshima in memoriam and today : a testament of peace for the world, edited by Hitoshi Takayama, with the cooperation of Hiroshima citizens

Hiroshima in memoriam and today : a testament of peace for the world, edited by Hitoshi Takayama, with the cooperation of Hiroshima citizens

Label
Hiroshima in memoriam and today : a testament of peace for the world
Title
Hiroshima in memoriam and today
Title remainder
a testament of peace for the world
Statement of responsibility
edited by Hitoshi Takayama, with the cooperation of Hiroshima citizens
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
940.542521954
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
D767.25.H6
LC item number
T33 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Takayama, Hitoshi
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hiroshima-shi (Japan)
  • Bombardment of Hiroshima-shi (Japan : 1945)
  • Japan
Label
Hiroshima in memoriam and today : a testament of peace for the world, edited by Hitoshi Takayama, with the cooperation of Hiroshima citizens
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Memoirs of A-bomb survivors. Confession of a Korea-born Japanese survivor / by Eiichi Hashimoto. -- Burned, and burned again / by Sunao Tsuboi. -- The importance of telling what happened / by Suzuko Numata. -- The monster / by Tamotsu Eguchi. -- Witnessing to a-bomb terror / by Akihiro Takahashi. -- Cherishing the life my mother gave me / by Michiko Yamaoka. -- Let there be kindness and peace / by Fukujun Kaku. -- A prayer for second-generation survivors / by Masahiro Yoshioka. -- The survivors' mission, fifty years later / by Takeshi Itoh. -- Love triumphs over power / by Ichiro Moritaki
  • 2. Concerned citizens' voices. The 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing / by Takashi Hiraoka. -- Thoughts on the atomic bombing's 50th anniversary / by Teruo Sanuki. -- A voice from Hiroshima / by Yasuo Harada. -- Hiroshima's challenge / by Takeshiro Kurisu. -- The Enola Gay and American conscience / by Michio Okamoto. -- Judgment! using nuclear arms is a crime / by Teruaki Fukuhara. -- The city of Hiroshima, peace declaration / by Tadatoshi Akiba
  • 3. Supportive voices from overseas. Appeal for peace / by Pope John Paul II. -- Call to real commitment / by Malcolm Fraser. -- Heed now Hiroshima's lesson / by Oscar Arias. -- Dismantling nuclear forces / by F.W. de Klerk. -- Hiroshima Ad memoria! / by A.A. Bessmertnykh
  • 4. Earlier memoirs of A-bomb experiences. Diary of an atomic bomb survivor / by Teruo Sanuki. -- Our family's a-bomb experience / by Toshio Murakami. -- That fateful day / by Masuto Higaki. -- Instant inferno / by Hitoshi Takayama. -- I hate 'Hiroshima' / by Shigetoshi Wakaki. -- Hiroshima: what it means to you and me / by Takuo Matsumoto. -- A memorial tribute to two young victims of the atomic bomb / by Fumiko Ochiai. -- The appeal of a girl survivor / by Miyako Matsubara. -- My son died when he was seven years old / by Kenzo Nagoya. -- Mother was exposed to the a-bomb / by Junko Ryoba. -- Grief for my lost parents / by Wataru Fujimoto. -- A child exposed in Utero / by Chizuno Nagaoka. -- My life since August 6, 1945 / by Kametoshi Sakimoto. -- From my sickbed / by Shizuko Nishimoto. -- Mingled feelings of wrath and lament / by Masuo Masumiya. -- The hibakusha are still suffering / by Haruko Yukinari. -- Diabolic radiation / by Motoichi Oride. -- A Korean survivor's appeal / by Kang Mun Hee. -- Peace education based on a-bomb experiences / by Hiroshi Morishita
  • 5. Hiroshima today. Message of commendation / by Takeshi Araki. -- Peace is the hope of all mankind / by Kazumitsu Aihara. -- Delayed death / by Tomin Harada. -- Hiroshima and humanity / by Soichi Iijima. -- The role of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum / by Kaoru Ogura. -- Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima / by Naomi Shohno
  • 6. Voices of the world. Thoughts on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima / by Arnold Joseph Toynbee. -- A grace period for turning to peace / by Alfred Kastler. -- A time for those who care / by Barbara Reynolds. -- One world or no world / by Gunther Anders. -- Toward a peacefel world commonwealth / by Janet E. and A.A. Hook. -- Hiroshima: symbol of fear and hope / by Imgeborg Kufter. -- Scientific experiments / by Ira Morris. -- Teaching peace without hatred / by Beate Seefeld. -- This cause will triumph / by Philip J. Noel-Baker. -- Appeals are futile without action / by Anatol Rapoport. -- World opinion for peace / by Shin'ichiro Tomonaga. -- The "new man" of peace / by Tibor Barther
  • 7. Messages from foreign leaders. United Nations -- UNESCO -- Australia -- Austria -- New Zealand -- Peru -- Pakistan -- Saudi Arabia -- Turkey
Control code
63680143
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
3rd ed., rev. and enl.
Extent
xi, 278 pages
Lccn
2006357885
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)63680143
Label
Hiroshima in memoriam and today : a testament of peace for the world, edited by Hitoshi Takayama, with the cooperation of Hiroshima citizens
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Memoirs of A-bomb survivors. Confession of a Korea-born Japanese survivor / by Eiichi Hashimoto. -- Burned, and burned again / by Sunao Tsuboi. -- The importance of telling what happened / by Suzuko Numata. -- The monster / by Tamotsu Eguchi. -- Witnessing to a-bomb terror / by Akihiro Takahashi. -- Cherishing the life my mother gave me / by Michiko Yamaoka. -- Let there be kindness and peace / by Fukujun Kaku. -- A prayer for second-generation survivors / by Masahiro Yoshioka. -- The survivors' mission, fifty years later / by Takeshi Itoh. -- Love triumphs over power / by Ichiro Moritaki
  • 2. Concerned citizens' voices. The 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing / by Takashi Hiraoka. -- Thoughts on the atomic bombing's 50th anniversary / by Teruo Sanuki. -- A voice from Hiroshima / by Yasuo Harada. -- Hiroshima's challenge / by Takeshiro Kurisu. -- The Enola Gay and American conscience / by Michio Okamoto. -- Judgment! using nuclear arms is a crime / by Teruaki Fukuhara. -- The city of Hiroshima, peace declaration / by Tadatoshi Akiba
  • 3. Supportive voices from overseas. Appeal for peace / by Pope John Paul II. -- Call to real commitment / by Malcolm Fraser. -- Heed now Hiroshima's lesson / by Oscar Arias. -- Dismantling nuclear forces / by F.W. de Klerk. -- Hiroshima Ad memoria! / by A.A. Bessmertnykh
  • 4. Earlier memoirs of A-bomb experiences. Diary of an atomic bomb survivor / by Teruo Sanuki. -- Our family's a-bomb experience / by Toshio Murakami. -- That fateful day / by Masuto Higaki. -- Instant inferno / by Hitoshi Takayama. -- I hate 'Hiroshima' / by Shigetoshi Wakaki. -- Hiroshima: what it means to you and me / by Takuo Matsumoto. -- A memorial tribute to two young victims of the atomic bomb / by Fumiko Ochiai. -- The appeal of a girl survivor / by Miyako Matsubara. -- My son died when he was seven years old / by Kenzo Nagoya. -- Mother was exposed to the a-bomb / by Junko Ryoba. -- Grief for my lost parents / by Wataru Fujimoto. -- A child exposed in Utero / by Chizuno Nagaoka. -- My life since August 6, 1945 / by Kametoshi Sakimoto. -- From my sickbed / by Shizuko Nishimoto. -- Mingled feelings of wrath and lament / by Masuo Masumiya. -- The hibakusha are still suffering / by Haruko Yukinari. -- Diabolic radiation / by Motoichi Oride. -- A Korean survivor's appeal / by Kang Mun Hee. -- Peace education based on a-bomb experiences / by Hiroshi Morishita
  • 5. Hiroshima today. Message of commendation / by Takeshi Araki. -- Peace is the hope of all mankind / by Kazumitsu Aihara. -- Delayed death / by Tomin Harada. -- Hiroshima and humanity / by Soichi Iijima. -- The role of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum / by Kaoru Ogura. -- Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima / by Naomi Shohno
  • 6. Voices of the world. Thoughts on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima / by Arnold Joseph Toynbee. -- A grace period for turning to peace / by Alfred Kastler. -- A time for those who care / by Barbara Reynolds. -- One world or no world / by Gunther Anders. -- Toward a peacefel world commonwealth / by Janet E. and A.A. Hook. -- Hiroshima: symbol of fear and hope / by Imgeborg Kufter. -- Scientific experiments / by Ira Morris. -- Teaching peace without hatred / by Beate Seefeld. -- This cause will triumph / by Philip J. Noel-Baker. -- Appeals are futile without action / by Anatol Rapoport. -- World opinion for peace / by Shin'ichiro Tomonaga. -- The "new man" of peace / by Tibor Barther
  • 7. Messages from foreign leaders. United Nations -- UNESCO -- Australia -- Austria -- New Zealand -- Peru -- Pakistan -- Saudi Arabia -- Turkey
Control code
63680143
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
3rd ed., rev. and enl.
Extent
xi, 278 pages
Lccn
2006357885
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)63680143

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