Song of Hiroshima, by Noel Capon
Author: Atsuhiro Ozaki (Preface by Noel Capon)
On Monday morning August 6, 1945, when the Enola Gay released the first atomic bomb above Hiroshima, Atsuhiro Ozaki was working at the local radio station less than 1,000 yards from the detonation point. The Song of Hiroshima is Mr. Ozaki’s first-person account of what he did and what saw on August 6 and the next few days, and his reflections four years later. Written in English, Mr. Ozaki wanted to share his experiences with the American people, yet his notebook lay undiscovered in a Port Washington, New York, attic for more than a half century. The publication of this book fulfills Atsuhiro Ozaki’s wish.
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