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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park: A Haunting Message Concerning the Survival of Humankind

  On August 6, 1945, three B-29 aircraft made their way over the Japanese port city of Hiroshima, dropping an atomic weapon named “Little Boy” that lethally claimed between 90,000 and 166,000 lives. Three days later, a second explosion codenamed “Fat … Continue reading

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The Veterans Memorial Gold Star Healing and Peace Garden

   Like all mothers who have lost a loved one during military conflict, Cher Kondor struggled to find a means of emotional catharsis in the midst of her sorrow. Killed by an improvised explosive device (IED), her son, Army SPC Martin … Continue reading

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