Talk by A-bomb Legacy Successor (held daily)
A-bomb Legacy successors offer lectures in which they present the A-bomb survivors’ experiences, the reality of the atomic bombing, and desires for peace.
As the A-bomb survivors are growing older and the number of testifiers are accordingly decreasing, Hiroshima City has been cultivating successors since the FY 2012 to pass down the survivors’ stories and wishes on their behalf. The A-bomb Legacy Successors who currently offer lectures have completed a three-year training course and started their activities in the FY 2015.
A talk by our Successor is now open to the public without charge, in English or Japanese.
The length of each lecture is 60 minutes and comprises the following:
1) the experience of the A-bomb survivors and their wishes for peace which were passed on the successor; 2) the reality of the A-bombing (i.e. peoples’ daily lives during the war, overview of the A-bomb damages, and the A-bomb effects to the human body); and 3) the successors’ wish for peace.
January 1 - December 29
East Building 1F Video Theater