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Hiroshima Hits Home – A Blast From the Past

History is being made in Hiroshima today. Over 70 years after an Atomic blast ushered us into the nuclear age, President Barack Obama is visiting that very city where over 140,000 people died. The president will not apologize for the

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Hiroshima Hits Home – A Blast From the Past

History is being made in Hiroshima today. Over 70 years after an Atomic blast ushered us into the nuclear age, President Barack Obama is visiting that very city where over 140,000 people died. The president will not apologize for the

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This is Your Life- The Atomic Age PtII

ThisĀ  week Japan marked the somber anniversary of the worlds first Atomic bomb attack with a ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Park. A few years back, among the 50,000 attending the memorial service near the epicenter of the blast was a

Atom Bomb Blast

This is Your Life- The Atomic Age PtII

ThisĀ  week Japan marked the somber anniversary of the worlds first Atomic bomb attack with a ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Park. A few years back, among the 50,000 attending the memorial service near the epicenter of the blast was a

atomic bomb blast

This Is Your Life- The Atomic Age

On a hot summer morning on August 6, 70 years ago, the first Atomic Bomb blasted over Hiroshima ushering us into the Atomic Age. In that great American tradition of forgive and forget, only ten years later in May of

atomic bomb blast

This Is Your Life- The Atomic Age

On a hot summer morning on August 6, 70 years ago, the first Atomic Bomb blasted over Hiroshima ushering us into the Atomic Age. In that great American tradition of forgive and forget, only ten years later in May of

Hiroshima at Home Pt. II

This past week Japan marked the somber anniversary of the worlds first Atomic bomb attack with a ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Park. Among the 50,000 attending the memorial service near the epicenter of the blast was a grandson of former

Hiroshima at Home Pt. II

This past week Japan marked the somber anniversary of the worlds first Atomic bomb attack with a ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Park. Among the 50,000 attending the memorial service near the epicenter of the blast was a grandson of former