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Hiroshima

John Hersey

La crónica sobre seis supervivientes de Hiroshima que se convirtió en un gran clásico del periodismo. «Toda persona que sepa leer, debería leer este libro.»Saturday Review of Literature El verano de 1945, William Shawn, director ejecutivo de The New Yorker, habló con el reportero John Hersey sobre la idea de publicar un relato que ilustrara la dimensión humana de los efectos de la bomba atómica en Hiroshima, pues le causaba estupor comprobar que, pese a la gran cantidad de información sobre la bomba que recibían, se estaba ignorando lo que realmente había ocurrido en Hiroshima. El reportero aceptó el encargo. Hershey viajó a Hiroshima para investigar y entrevistar a varios supervivientes de la explosión de la bomba atómica, lanzada el 6 de agosto de 1945, y decidió que el retrato lo conformarían seis testimonios: una oficinista, Toshiko Sasaki

A trip to Hiroshima is best kicked off with a visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, which contains a museum, the remnants of buildings destroyed by the 1945 atomic bomb and monuments to the people killed by this nuclear attack. Understanding Hiroshima’s relatively recent devastation is key to fully appreciating its beauty and culture.

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