Hiroshima Diary: The Journal of a Japanese Physician, August 6-September 30, 1945

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HIROSHIMA DIARY

The Journal of a Japanese Physician, August 6-September 30, 1945

Fifty Years Later

by Michihiko Hachiya, M.D.
Translated & Edited by Warner Wells, M.D.
With a New Foreword by
John W. Dower

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Chapel Hill and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword to the 1995 Edition v
  • Foreword xix
  • The Place and the People xxiii
  • 6 August 1945 1
  • 7 August 1945 9
  • 7 August 1945 26
  • 7 August 1945 34
  • 7 August 1945 55
  • 13 August 1945 64
  • 14 August 1945 71
  • 15 August 1945 80
  • 16 August 1945 85
  • 17 August 1945 88
  • 18 August 1945 91
  • 19 August 1945 95
  • 20 August 1945 99
  • 21 August 1945 100
  • 22 August 1945 104
  • 23 August 1945 110
  • 24 August 1945 114
  • 24 August 1945 117
  • 26 August 1945 121
  • 27 August 1945 126
  • 28 August 1945 131
  • 29 August 1945 137
  • 30 August 1945 141
  • 30 August 1945 145
  • 30 August 1945 149
  • 30 August 1945 154
  • 30 August 1945 156
  • 30 August 1945 160
  • 30 August 1945 165
  • 6 September 1945 167
  • 30 August 1945 168
  • 8 September 1945 169
  • 9 September 1945 170
  • 10 September 1945 174
  • 12 September 1945 179
  • 13 September 1945 181
  • 13 September 1945 186
  • 15 September 1945 190
  • 16 September 1945 194
  • 17 September 1945 197
  • 19 September 1945 203
  • 20 September 1945 208
  • 20 September 1945 211
  • 22 September 1945 214
  • 23 September 1945 215
  • 24 September 1945 218
  • 25 September 1945 220
  • 26 September 1945 220
  • 27 September 1945 221
  • 28 September 1945 221
  • 28 September 1945 224
  • 28 September 1945 226
  • Postscript 231
  • Glossary 235
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