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NHK Documentary
SADAKO'S STORY

Broadcast on August 6, 1999/74minutes

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Sadako Sasaki, exposed to A-bomb radiation in Hiroshima, suddenly developed leukaemia ten years later and died at the age of 12. While bedridden, she folded countless paper cranes as an ardent prayer for recovery. Sadako's classmates mourned her by erecting the statue of the Atomic Bomb Child. A Jewish journalist learned of Sadako's story and related it to people of other countries as a representative story of the atomic bomb tragedy. The tale of Sadako and her paper cranes was published in various forms and read by people around the world. The program recalls Sadako's brief life, her steadfast hope, and how her story touched hearts of people of the nuclear age the world over. It is still being passed on in schools and elsewhere today.

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