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by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 6 Aug 2020, 4m:27s
Seventy-five years after the U.S. dropped a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, there are fewer survivors left to talk about their experience, but a new generation has found a way to keep those memories alive.
by CBBC Newsround on 4 Aug 2015, 5m:2s
Bun Hashizume was 14 years old and lived in Japan, when a nuclear bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on 6th August 1945, at the end of the Second World War. She’s now 84 and has told CBBC Newsround the inspiring story of her life before and after that devastating and world-changing event.
This animation contains some sad moments which you might find upsetting. You can find out more about what happened in Japan here on the Newsround website.
by CNN on 5 August 2015, 2m:53s
Seventy years ago Chisako Takeoka survived the world’s first attack with an atomic bomb. She has traveled the world sharing the horrors of her experience. Ivan Watson has her story.
By ITV News, 27 May 2016 2m:29s
Shows US President Obama visiting Hiroshima. Also shows Yoshiko Kajimoto who was aged 14 and working in a Hiroshima munitions factory when the atomic bomb was dropped on the morning of August 6, 1945.
By Smithsonian Channel on 20 August 2015: 4m:19s
After an American B-29 bomber dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, the explosion instantly killed tens of thousands of people and left many wounded. These survivors recount the horrific aftermath.
By BBC Studios on 14 March 2017: 4m:1s
Hear first-hand accounts from the air and ground, re-telling every memory from the day the world first witnessed the horrors of atomic warfare.
By University of California Television on 21 May 2009: 4m:26s
Two Hibakusha (survivors of Japan’s atomic bomb attacks) describe their experiences surviving the blast near ground zero and its terrible aftermath in Hiroshima.