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Journeys : Aug Sep 2010
Destinations Advance Acacia Fair Chris Viney and Michael Shaw uncover the Japanese link to Australia's floral emblem 'Then an officer came on the line and said, "Report time ... sound ... status of the city!" 'I said, "I do not know exactly what time it was, but the clock is stopped at 8:15. There was only one sound. The whole city appears destroyed." 'The officer said, "There was only one sound? And the whole city is destroyed? What kind of ridiculous story is that?" 'He shouted at me. I could think of nothing to say. As I was thinking of a response, the phone went dead.' They were talking about Hiroshima. Quote by A-Bomb survivor Michiko Saitou, a civilian military employee stationed in a communications bunker near Hiroshima Castle. Recorded in the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for Atomic Bomb Victims. 15 August / September 2010
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