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The Hibakusha movement early in the 30's of Showa
著者
舟橋 喜惠
NDC
平和学
抄録(英)
In 1955, in Hiroshima, the First World Conference against A-and H-Bombs was held, where many Hibakusha reported the actual conditions of atomic suffering before the Japanese and foreign people. The testimonies of all the Hibakusha made a deep impression on the participants and gave them a great shock. After that, Hibakusha began to testify about their experiences all over Japan and sometimes in fereign countiries. As a result of this conference, in 1956, the Japan Confederation of A- & H-Bombs Sufferes Organizations (Hidankyo) was set up. Since then, it has been serving as a national center of Hibakusha movement. In the declaration at the conference of this confederation, they stated that the movement of the people against A-and H-bombs and especially the First World Conference against A-and H-Bombs gave courage to Hibakusha, and that the aim of the confederation is 'to appeal to the world what should be appealed, to demand to the government what should be demanded, to rise up themselves, and to seek the way themselves to relieve one another.' This paper dicusses on the Hibakusha movement of the period between the First World Conference against A-and H-bombs (1955) and the organization of 'Hidankyo' (1956).
掲載誌名
広島平和科学
13巻
開始ページ
15
終了ページ
31
出版年月日
1990
出版者
広島大学平和科学研究センター
ISSN
0386-3565
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SelfDOI
言語
日本語
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平和科学研究センター
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