“原子爆弾死没者を心から追悼するとともに、その惨禍を語り継ぎ、広く内外へ伝え、歴史に学んで、核兵器のない平和な世界を築くことを誓います。”国立広島原爆死没者追悼平和祈念館 2002年8月、オープン。

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2004.10.01 ~ 2005.03.31
The special exhibition (the later term) "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Relief and Rescue Activities as Revealed in Memoirs"

 Flier of the special exhibition
Term
April 1 (Thu), 2004 through March 31 (Thu), 2005
The former term
April 1 (Thu), 2004 through September 30 (Thu), 2004
The later term
October 1 (Fri), 2004 through March 31 (Thu), 2005

Exhibition room
The temporary exhibition room on the 1st basement

From the memoir (extract)
- Houses, people and streetcars near the hypocenter were smashed from above. A little further from the hypocenter they were smashed from the side. Thousands of exposed victims gathered at the Red Cross Hospital or the Army Hospital thinking they could get some treatment, but the windows of those hospitals were shattered and patients and doctors alike were severely injured. Many of them just fell where they were and were found dead in piles filled with maggots the next day.-
From the memoir wrote by Yashichi Sakata


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