6 août 2015…

70 ans du bombardement d’Hiroshima – triste anniversaire… ❤
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Avant, après – Hiroshima se reconstruit après la bombe: http://www.lemonde.fr/asie-pacifique/article/2015/08/06/avant-apres-hiroshima-se-reconstruit-apres-la-bombe-atomique_4713935_3216.html
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pix @ my FB-account Mélanie NB(spicy Mel B) & @ “Hiroshima, mon amour…” – drame collectif et personnel… ❤
https://myvirtualplayground.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/hiroshima-mon-amour-drame-collectif-et-personnel/

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Posted on 6 August 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. A sad anniversary, indeed. Great link to Le Monde article. It’s hard to imagine anyone even having the spirit to rebuild.

  2. Triste anniversaire, l’inhumanité d’une technologie qui élimine. Et ils remettront ça à Nagazaki – tout cela était-il vraiment “nécessaire”.

    Frapper des civils n’est pas tolérable.

  3. A sad moment in Mankind history, it is important for all the world to remember that moment that defined a new era in warfare, and its horrific conclusions.

  4. Sper ca asta va fi invatatura de minte. Să nu uitam niciodata!

    • exact… în ceea ce ma priveste, toate imaginile mi-au ramas întiparite pe retina sufletului, mai ales c-am întâlnit câtiva supravietuitori, atât la Hiroshima, cât si la Nagasaki… ❤

  5. Have you been there? ( I didn’t know how to get to the photos.) My brother went and talks about the permanent shadows of the people at ground zero that are preserved in the museum. His descriptions are heartbreaking. Somehow those need to be publicized more. I think we have lived under the threat of nuclear war so long now that we have become complacent and immune to the horror of it.

  6. Quel triste anniversaire en effet! OUF!

  7. Tragic mistakes, or actually precipitated the surrender to save more lives than it cost? Accounts differ widely.

  8. El asesinato en masa mas criminal de la historia de la humanidad con arma de destrucción masiva.

  9. Jamais oublier. Leslie

  10. On n’oublie jamais rien, de l’amour comme de l’horreur… certains d’entre nous portent ainsi leur destin, comme des tatouages indélébiles… J’ai adoré “Hiroshima mon amour…”

    • oui, tu as raison, Hervé… l’idéal serait d’avoir une mémoire sélective pour les tragédies et les maux, en général… j’ai vu le film 3 fois!