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NHK Documentary
After the A-Bomb
How Hiroshima Rose from the Ashes

Broadcast on August 6. 2004/58minutes
Winner of the 2005 Hoso Bunka Foundation Grand Prize

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The US National Archives and Records Administration has aerial photographs of Hiroshima taken by the US Air Force shortly after the atomic blast. They vividly portray the flattened, burnt-out city. Another set of aerial photographs taken two years later, revealed the speedy pace of the city's reconstruction. This program focuses on people who arose from the ruins and personal tragedy to help rebuild Hiroshima, even though it was said nothing would grow there and that the area would not be fit for human habitation for seventy years on account of the radiation released by the bomb. It focuses on a man who reopened his business near Ground Zero, even though he had lost his wife and children in the blast, and staff of the Hiroshima City Reconstruction Bureau, who drafted the city's first Peace Declaration made at the Peace Festival of 1947.

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