Peace Symbol With White Doves Flying Hundreds In The monument symbolizes the Atomic Bomb Victims.Thousands commemorating the Atomic Bomb On Hiroshima.
Tens of thousands of people gathered in the historic monuments of Hiroshima yesterday. They commemorate the atomic bombings the U.S. military in the city in 68 years ago. The warning comes amid growing sentiment antiatom in Japan.
Previously, the people of the Rising Sun country again struck by the leaking of radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor since an earthquake in 2011. Concerns about the safety factor in the utilization of nuclear energy in Japan is getting stronger.
In Hiroshima, survivors, family members, government officials and foreign delegates moment of silence followed at 08.15. It is a time when the U.S. bombers B-29 fired an atomic bomb and transform the city into an inferno.
"We express support for the souls of victims of the atomic bomb attacks by pledging to do everything we can to eliminate dangerous nuclear weapons in the world and towards the world peace," said Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui to attendees.
On August 6, 1945, a B-29 bomber nicknamed the Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb to Hiroshima in the final round of World War II.
Tragedy that killed 140 thousand people until December of that year.
The next three days the port city of Nagasaki also bombed and killed about 70 thousand inhabitants.
Ally stated that the twin bomb attack is an attempt to end the war quickly. United States forced Japan to surrender and prevent the next victim because the fall of the millions of Japanese colonization plan the next few years.
On the same day yesterday, the Japanese government will launch the largest warships since World War II in Tokyo.
The move shows the Japanese defense technological progress and a show of military force kapada neighboring countries, China and South Korea.
But Tokyo insists that the annual commemoration in Hiroshima and launch the helicopter carrier is not at all accidental.
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