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This author made the front page of the Los Alamos Daily Post on Hiroshima Day~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~:
By BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Postbjgordon|AT|ladailypost.comEmail address
Approximately 80,000 people are killed as a direct result of the blast, and another 35,000 are injured. At least another 60,000 would be dead by the end of the year from the effects of the fallout.
On Aug. 6, 1945, the American bomber Enola Gay dropped a five-ton bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima. A blast equivalent to the power of 15,000 tons of TNT reduced four square miles of the city to ruins. Three days later, another bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki, killing nearly 40,000 more people. A few days later, Japan surrendered.
For Santa Fe gallery owner and progressive activist Stephen Fox, Hiroshima Day has special personal meaning. In 1976, Fox served as New Mexico representative to the U.N. Special Session on Disarmament. He met survivors of the Hiroshima bombing and also met Shigeo Hayashi, the Japanese photographer who was one of the two assigned by the Special Committee for the Investigation of A-bomb Damage to document the aftermath of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. [Shigeo worked for the Asahi Shimbun, the largest newspaper in Japan, comparable to the New York Times].
Fox accompanied the delegation to Washington, D.C., where they [gave copies of their book of photographs to 12 US Senators, 11 Democrats and 1 Republican (Mark Hatfield of Oregon), including Sen. Edward Kennedy. Although permission to visit the test site near Alamogordo was denied, Fox continued to travel with the Japanese Hiroshima victims and publishing committee to New Mexico for a visit.
"We decided to do an exhibition of Hayashi's photographs in Old Town Albuquerque," Fox remembered. "We used at least 100 large size photos. The 350th anniversary celebration for Neri Church was going on at the same time. The Hispanic community was amazed by the photos."
Fox has another striking memory concerning the bombing. When historian Zhores A. Medvedev lectured in New Mexico in 1978, Fox attended all three of his lectures on the Russian nuclear project and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Joining him at the Los Alamos National Laboratory lecture was none other than Edward Teller.
"Dr. Teller asked Medvedev how he could talk about these things so openly. Medvedev replied, 'Dr. Teller, scientist can't be held responsible for what is done with their research. The same is true of historians.' Teller stormed out."
Fox continues to be involved in peace activism and in promoting the role of the United Nations in solving the world's problems peacefully.
Source: Historical information/history.com
First radio show on United Nations Santa Fe. There could be many more. Radio is an unobtrusive media for people who don't like to read and choose to not listen to television, and who grew up reading books and maps in their education, and then later moved on to biology, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics, neuroepigenetics, neonatology, pediatrics, preventive oncology, exercise science, and other endeavors.Santa Fe Resident Discusses United Nations
___________________________BILL GATES SPECIAL DAY 8TH AUGUST 2020
0:57 / 11:38
Recall my OpEdNews article, William Henry Gates 2020 = Heinrich Himmler 1940, easy search term, but title should have been > (as in Greater Than, not Equal, because Gates is trying to kill up to one billion people and Europe lost only 6 million, something like comparing the Tyrannosaurus to a little game of Tiddlywinks and a glass of schnapps and a fine cigar at the Wansee Conference.....)
TO BE REALLY ACCURATE AND BRING UP THE TITLE RIGHT TO THE PRESENT:
WILLIAM HENRY GATES, MELINDA GATES, THE ETHIOPIAN THUG RUNNING THE WORLD HEALTH FOUNDATION, AND THE BILL AND MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION HAVE PARTIALLY COMPLETED THE REQUIREMENTS IN KILLING ONE BILLION PEOPLE AND THUS ARE FAR BEYOND HITLER, HEYDRICH, AND HIMMLER.
Following are some instructional videos that visually clarify the points I attempt to make:
(Article changed on August 10, 2020 at 10:04)