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Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 1: Names fall into oblivion

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 2: Government reluctant to grasp overall picture of damage

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 3: Small victims of the bombing

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 4: Victims from other parts of Japan

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 5: Recent surveys on conscripted students by Kyoto University

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 6: Korean victims

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 7: North Korean victims

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 8: White Russians

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 9: Police autopsy report as the most promising data

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 10: Documents of establishments in the air

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 11: Whereabouts of former classmates

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima, Part 12: A-bomb orphan

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—200 photographs, images of pre-bombing Hondori shopping arcade are discovered

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Chugoku Shimbun finds evidence of lives lost, confirms deaths of six people in three families in former Tenjin-machi area

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Tragedy of A-bombing devastation is revealed with verification of deaths of six people from three families living in Hiroshima’s former Tenjin-machi

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Hiroshima City begins investigating return of one person’s remains in Atomic Bomb Memorial Mound to surviving family: Second case since fiscal 2010

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Remains of victims wait to be claimed by family

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 1: Haru Kajiyama

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 2: Takuo (琢夫) and Takuo (宅雄)

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 3: 66 Tenjin-machi

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 4: Unique family names serve as clue

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 5: Bereaved families

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 6: Temple ossuaries

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 7: Jizo, guardian deity of children

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 8: Under Ninoshima soil

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 9: Stance of the Japanese government

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 10: In prefecture’s northern communities

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Unclaimed A-bomb victims’ remains, Part 11: Diary of a mother

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, hindered research

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—RIBM to digitize degraded A-bomb victim samples returned from U.S. military

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 1: Autopsy materials returned from U.S. military

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 2: Technological advancement

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 3: A-bomb survivor medical records

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Wandering materials, Part 4: Photos taken by U.S. military

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 5: Soldiers from victorious nation

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 6: Application for A-bomb Certificate

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 7: Records of disbanded survivors groups

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 8: Significance of original work

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 9: Army Clothing Depot

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Dispersed materials, Part 10: A-bomb survivor prepares for death

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Former Foreign Ministry bureau chief: “U.S. responsible for victim compensation”

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 1: “Drawing a line” at providing benefits

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 2: Give back victims’ lives

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 3: Peace Memorial Hall

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing— Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 4: Protest against “division”

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 5: A-bomb Survivor’s Certificates

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 6: A-bomb disease certification

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 7: Internal radiation exposure

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Calling into question government’s obligations, Part 8: Second-generation A-bomb survivors

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Government’s obligations tested, Part 9: Banning, elimination of nuclear weapons

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing―South Korean records show Hiroshima City unaware of exact number of Korean A-bomb victims by 1945 yearend

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 1: In the hands of citizens

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 2: Search for bereaved families

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 3: Use of materials

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 4: Addressing problem anew

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 5: Conveying reality of A-bomb damage

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Duty passed on to next generations, Part 6: Never give up

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing— Taishoya Kimono Shop fabric found in possession of Hiroshima physician

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Photo albums, evidence of happy family’s existence, donated to Peace Memorial Museum

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Ms. Nakahara of Nishi Ward discovers aunt’s death in autopsy report on August 3

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Facing “that day,” doctor seeks traces of his army surgeon father

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Efforts needed to prevent A-bombing from becoming just another chapter in history

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Yamane family in Asakita Ward mark the day by transcending generational boundaries

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Peace Museum organizes 3,000 pre-bombing photos from barbershop owner, others

Chugoku Shimbun receives Japan Newspaper Publishers & Editors Association Award for 15th time for its “Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima” series

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Hidankyo gathers materials on A-bomb survivor movements for organization’s 65th anniversary next year

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Remains of A-bombing victims discovered at Riken, names of four victims identified

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Riken presents 28 packets containing A-bomb victims’ remains to Hiroshima City

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—RIKEN remains may be Yoshiwa victim, despite one different Chinese character

Chugoku Shimbun receives Japan Newspaper Publishers & Editors Association Award in Kobe ceremony for its “Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima” series

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—200 pre-war photos of female revue dancers discovered at Hiroshima restaurant

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Kikuma Michihara’s remains claimed by family in Hatsukaichi: “Welcome back”

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—RERF, RIRMB to digitize materials related to atomic bombings for access by scientists and public

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Recreating cityscapes: 14 photos discovered that show bustle of former Sarugaku-cho

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Drawing lines to define A-bomb survivors, Part 1: Victims left out of support

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Path toward resolving issue of black rain

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Drawing lines to define A-bomb survivors, Part 2: Lost opportunities

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—A-bomb victim’s remains provided by RIKEN claimed by Iseoka family

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Drawing lines to define A-bomb survivors, Part 3: Internal exposure

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Former Chugoku Shimbun journalist Natsue Yashima wrote account of “Kudentai” 33 years after A-bombing

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Kudentai’s work in August 1945, Part 1: Female reporter in wartime

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Kudentai in August 1945, Part 2: Media soldiers

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Kudentai’s work in August 1945, Part 3: A-bomb journalist

Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima—Children’s resolve recorded in writings two years before A-bombing: Unite with 100 million others to protect homeland

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