Succeed to history

Interviews with A-bomb survivors, A-bomb Legacy Successors, and peace volunteers.

Succeed to history

20212.5up

It is important to know the fact that two Malayans were killed by the A-bomb in Hiroshima.

Associate Professor/Hiroshima City University

Nurhaizal Azam

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20196.15up

I would like the children I am teaching to be people who can give other people an opportunity to get involved in peace activities.

Hiroshima City elementary school teacher

Emi Imada

Emi Imadaさん
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20186.25up

I believe successors have to convey the facts objectively and unemotionally to the next generation.

A-bomb Legacy Successor

Michiko Yamaoka

Michiko Yamaokaさん
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20186.7up

I think it is important for us to know and remember what A-bomb survivors experienced, but at the same time, it is important to know that there were a lot of people who couldn’t even talk about their experiences.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum curator

Yukimi Dohi

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20185.19up

I wanted to use my own words to pass down what had happened in Hiroshima at the A-bombing to children who will bear the burden of the future.

Peace volunteer

Hiroko Nishimura

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Succeed to historyVol.16

Nurhaizal Azamさん
20212.5up

It is important to know the fact that two Malayans were killed by the A-bomb in Hiroshima.

Associate Professor/Hiroshima City University

Nurhaizal Azam

Succeed to historyVol.15

Emi Imadaさん
20196.15up

I would like the children I am teaching to be people who can give other people an opportunity to get involved in peace activities.

Hiroshima City elementary school teacher

Emi Imada

Succeed to historyVol.14

Michiko Yamaokaさん
20186.25up

I believe successors have to convey the facts objectively and unemotionally to the next generation.

A-bomb Legacy Successor

Michiko Yamaoka

Succeed to historyVol.13

Yukimi Dohiさん
20186.7up

I think it is important for us to know and remember what A-bomb survivors experienced, but at the same time, it is important to know that there were a lot of people who couldn’t even talk about their experiences.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum curator

Yukimi Dohi

Succeed to historyVol.12

Hiroko Nishimuraさん
20185.19up

I wanted to use my own words to pass down what had happened in Hiroshima at the A-bombing to children who will bear the burden of the future.

Peace volunteer

Hiroko Nishimura

Succeed to historyVol.11

Mrs.Sさん
20177.27up

History goes on, and the past and the present are never separated. We need to realize it and pass what happened down to the next generation.

anonymous

Mrs.S

Succeed to historyVol.10

Sachiko Nishiokaさん
20177.22up

I’ll convey survivors’ A-bomb experiences not in their copied words but in my own words by understanding their spirits, so that my words will stay in the minds of the next generation.

A-bomb Legacy Successor Training Program trainee

Sachiko Nishioka

Succeed to historyVol.9

“Kanabun,” pen nameさん
20177.21up

Don’t quit learning about war, please, though you feel scared.
Please tell people around you about war that occurred in the past.

Office worker

“Kanabun,” pen name

Succeed to historyVol.8

Chika Fujisawaさん
20167.16up

I haven’t experienced war, so I can talk about the atomic bombing with the same viewpoint as young people, which I think is significant.

A-bomb Legacy Successor trainee

Chika Fujisawa

Succeed to historyVol.7

Kouichi Ishiwataさん
20167.15up

You should act and see by yourself. I think, “Action changes the future.”

In Kanagawa Hiroshima City A-bomb Legacy Successor of 2016

Kouichi Ishiwata

Succeed to historyVol.6

Reibun Kayoさん
20167.12up

I am doing my activity as a prayer for the repose of the souls of the deceased in the A-bombing.

Research Fellow at Hiroshima University

Reibun Kayo

Succeed to historyVol.5

Nao Fukuokaさん
20167.11up

I would like to see what "handing down survivors'experiences" means from the viewpoint of youth.

An organizer of the "8.6 Talk" linking A-bomb survivors with young people at a café in Hiroshima

Nao Fukuoka