The Atomic Bomb Memorial Mound serves not only as a reminder of the A-bombing. It also stands as a family grave to thousands whose loved ones vanished on August 6th, 1945. In this video, we’ll learn the history of Hiroshima’s mass grave, and how it came to stand at the heart of the City.
Learn the true story of the young A-bomb survivor, Sadako Sasaki, and how the paper crane became a symbol of peace.
In this video, we’ll learn about the A-bomb Dome, both before and after the bombing, and the surprising reason it didn’t collapse despite being so close to the hypocenter.
The Cenotaph for the Atomic Bomb Victims is the first official A-bomb memorial built in Hiroshima.
Keiko Ogura — A-bomb survivor and HIP’s founding member — would like to share her thoughts with you today on this 76th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.