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Obama, Hiroshima, and the Politics of War Crimes

05/21/20168 Comments

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Interview 924 – John LaForge Uncensors the Hiroshima Myth-Making

08/08/20142 Comments

Today on the program John LaForge of NukeWatchInfo.org joins us to discuss his recent article, “Censorship and Myth-Making Enshrined Ignorance of Hiroshima and the Bomb.” We talk about how the Hiroshima myth was created in the wake of the atomic bombing, why the Nagasaki bombing was even more unnecessary, and the artificial distinction that is made between nuclear weapons and nuclear energy in the anti-nuclear debate.

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Interview 922 – Gary Kohls Confronts the Hiroshima Myth

08/04/20141 Comment

Today we are joined by Gary Kohls, MD–a retired physician and regular contributor to the Duluth Reader–to discuss his recent column, “The Hiroshima Myth and the Glorification of American Militarism.” We expose the myths surrounding the supposed necessity of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of WWII and outline the real reasons that the nuclear annihilation of these cities took place.

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Episode 011 – Never Again – Hiroshima Remembers

08/10/20071 Comment

August 6th, 2007 marked the 62nd anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. This week we talk to Mr. Isao Aratani, a survivor of that horrific day. We are also joined by Dr. Yuki Tanaka of the Hiroshima Peace Institute.

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Interview 012 – Isao Aratani

08/09/20070 Comments

A-bomb survivor Isao Aratani tells us about his life and the horrific events he witnessed on August 6, 1945, when Hiroshima was subject to an atomic bombing.

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Interview 011 – Yuki Tanaka

08/09/20070 Comments

Dr. Yuki Tanaka of the Hiroshima Peace Institute joins us to talk about the Institute, the Hiroshima Citizens’ Peace Declaration and peace issues in Japan.

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