Why Hiroshima And Nagasaki Were Incinerated

By Stephen Millies, Struggle-la-lucha.org -

The United States detonated two nuclear weapons over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945. Barack Obama visited Hiroshima on May 27, 2016, the first sitting U.S. [...]

On The Enduring Significance Of Hiroshima

By Canadian Peace Congress, Popular Resistance. -

On August 6 and 9, 1945, the U.S. military bombed the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with nuclear weapons. Over 200,000 people, mostly civilians, died instantly or later succumbed to burns, [...]

August 6th Is Certainly A Day That Has Gone Down In Infamy

By Staff, Cindysheehanssoapbox.blogspot.com -

Undoubtedly, the most notorious event that occurred on 8/6 was the 1945 US a-bombing of Hiroshima followed closely by the bombing of Nagasaki. The tragedy of those war crimes still has have many [...]

“I Survived Because . . .”

By Staff, Davidswanson.org -

“I survived because I was walking to a building that was behind a small hill that faced downtown. I was standing in such a way that the building was to my right and the stone garden was to my [...]

Nuclear Abolition: Protesters Confront Livermore Lab On Hiroshima Anniversary

By Marilyn Bechtel, Peoplesworld.org -

LIVERMORE, Calif.—Hundreds gathered outside the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory here Aug. 6, to mark the 73rd anniversary of the devastating U.S. nuclear bombing of the Japanese cities of [...]

Scars Of Hiroshima

By Vijay Prashad, Newsclick.in -

At the outskirts of Tokyo, beyond light manufacturing plants and small farms, sits an incongruous set of buildings. There is a traditional Japanese veranda near an attractive house, besides which [...]

A Day To Recommit To A World Without Nuclear Weapons

By Kate Hudson, Morningstaronline.co.uk -

AS we remember the terrible events that took place in Hiroshima and Nagasaki 73 years ago, we cannot avoid the awful realisation that we are closer to nuclear war than at any time since the [...]

Remember All Victims Of The Atomic Bombing In Hiroshima

By Will Griffin, Counterpunch.org -

Every person on this planet should know about the American atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6th and 9th, 1945 which supposedlyended the second world war (The Soviets never get [...]

Hiroshima Revisionism Haunts America To This Day

By Christian Appy, www.informationclearinghouse.info -

By Christian Appy for Information Clearing House - Here we are, 70 years after the nuclear obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and I'm wondering if we've come even one step closer to a moral [...]

Peace Vigil Marks Hiroshima Anniversary

By John Zangas, www.dcmediagroup.us -

By John Zangas for DC Media Group - On Sunday At exactly 7:02 PM, peace activists Philipos Melaku-Bello and Cliff Roberts sit quietly at the Peace Vigil in front of the North Portico of the White [...]

72nd Anniversary Of Hiroshima’s Gratuitous Mass Murder

By Stephen Lendman, www.paulcraigroberts.org -

By Stephen Lendman for Paul Craig Roberts - War in the Pacific was won months before Franklin Roosevelt’s April 12, 1945 death. He declined to accept the Japanese offer of surrender. So did Harry [...]

Full Text Of Hiroshima Peace Declaration On 72nd A-bomb Anniversary

By Kazumi Matsui, www.mainichi.jp -

By Kazumi Matsui for The Mainichi. Friends, 72 years ago today, on August 6, at 8:15 a.m., absolute evil was unleashed in the sky over Hiroshima. Let's imagine for a moment what happened under [...]

Obama’s Hiroshima Visit: Reminder Atomic Bombs Weren’t What Won War

By Gar Alperovitz, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Gar Alperovitz for The Huffington Post - U.S. President Barack Obama’s forthcoming visit to Hiroshima offers an opportunity to reconsider some of the myths surrounding the historic decision to [...]