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Kiyoshi Tanimoto Tanimoto was 3, yards from center. Hatsuyo Nakamura Nakamura was 1, yards from explosion center. She is a widow of a tailor who is raising her three children year-old boy Toshio, eight-year-old girl Yaeko, and five-year-old girl Myekohusband recently died in Singapore in the war effort.
Masakazu Fujii Fujii was 1, yards from explosion center. He is described as hedonistic, owns private hospital that contains 30 rooms for patients with modern equipment, family living in Osaka and Kyushu, convivial and calm.
Terufumi Sasaki Sasaki was 1, yards from the center of the explosion. He was 25 years old, a young surgeon at the Red Cross Hospital. He lived with his mother in Mukaihara, an idealist, upset with poor health services and practiced medicine in communities with poor health care without a permit, not related to Miss Toshiko Sasaki.
The explosion occurred at exactly 8: She was covered with a bookshelf while the building collapsed around her. While sitting on his porch, Dr.
After returning to her home from a safe area, Mrs. Standing alone in a corridor, Dr. Sasaki remained untouched except his glasses and shoes had been blown off his body. Sasaki was now the only doctor to be unhurt in the hospital and the hospital was quickly filled with patients.
Immediately after the explosion, Reverend Tanimoto ran in search of his family and parishioners. He puts aside the search for his family when he comes across people in need of help and then resumes the search for his family. Nakamura travels with her children and neighbor to Asano Park at the Jesuit mission house.
Nakamura and her children are continuously vomiting. Father Kleinsorge is found wandering the mission grounds with numerous pieces of glass in his back. Father Kleinsorge ran into his room and grabbed a first aid kit and his suitcase containing money and paperwork of the mission.
Father Kleinsorge and others go out and bring food back for everyone at Asano Park.Hiroshima is a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author John leslutinsduphoenix.com tells the stories of six survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, covering a period of time immediately prior to the bombing and until about It was originally published in The New Yorker.
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