HIROSHIMA SPEAKS OUT (HSO)
is a group of Hiroshima citizens dedicated
to translating atomic bomb survivors’ stories
and peace promotion activities.
The text of this site is free for non-commercial use with attribution.
Reproduction of photos and drawings is prohibited.
The facts of the A-bombing and Interviews
The Facts of the A-bombing
What happened at the moment and then...
A-bomb Victims' Drawings
Picture of the atomic bomb that the citizens drew
A-bomb victims' stories
Stories by the bereaved who lost their children
Record of the A-bombing - Hesaka
Seen by an Army Doctor and Villagers, 6km from the Hypocenter
Shining Hope for Tomorrow
collection of poems and pictures of a hundred monuments for A-bomb victims in Hiroshima.
Memories of Fukuromachi Elementary School
Interview with two of the students of Fukuromachi Elementary School
An A-bomb Survivor as a Living Testifier
Interview with Shizuko Abe
The Evil Will Be Repeated, Unless We Convey It
Interview with Yoshiko Kajimoto
The A-bombings Should Never Ever Be Repeated
Interview with Park Nam-joo
The Atomic Bomb was Developed by Human Beings And Also Dropped by Human Beings
Interview with Emiko Okada
Losing both my parents all at once, I had no words to describe my loss
Interview with Sadae Kasaoka
"Don’t stay silent!"--Raise your voice!
Interview with Lee Jong-keun
Lost lives never come back
Interview with Tokuso Hamai
From “Never Forget” to “Never Again”
Interview with Masao Ito
I can’t forget, and we must never forget.
Interview with Kiyomi Kono
My Life Dedicated to A-bomb Survivors Overseas
Interview with Keisaburo Toyonaga
Postings on A-bombing, nuclear weapons and peace promotion activities