|Bridge in Hiroshima & target of atomic Bomb on August 6 1945
|Allied Powers occupied & reformed Japan after the Japanese Empire’s defeat in World War II. Japan was allied with Nazi Germany & Fascist Italy during World War II
|Article 9 of Japan’s postwar constitution renounces offensive war
|Atomic Bomb Poetry Collection
|Book of Tōge Sankichi’s poems, Illustrated by Shikoku Gorō
|Asia Pacific War
|Japanese Empire’s wars from 1931 to 1945 in Asian continent & Pacific. Japan entered World War II as an Axis power in Dec, 1941.
|memorial to the war dead
|atom bomb, nuclear weapon used by US Military in August 1945 Hiroshima & Nagasaki
|Atom bomb dome in Hiroshima Peace Park Ruins of Industrial Promotion Hall
|Neighborhood of wooden huts built by Hiroshima residents along river banks soon after bombing.
|atom bomb survivor, hibakusha
|City in western Honshu, Japan. Other spellings ：ひろしま、ヒロシマ
|Hiroshima Peace Park
|Large park in central Hiroshima with memorials to the dead, museums, cenotaph and survivor trees.
|site of the midair detonation of atom bomb
|Storytelling with picture
|Stone icons, guardians of children
|Actress, peace activist
|Maruki Toshi & Iri
|Painters famous for their Atom Bomb Panels (原爆の図)
|Nuclear arms race
|Cold War competition between US & USSR to develop & stockpile nuclear weapons
|explosive devices using nuclear power to destroy with heat, blast, & toxic levels of radioactivity, threatening human survival & the environment
|Actor & storyteller who adapted the Angry Jizo text for the picture book
|Educational approach widespread In postwar Japan. Refutes war.
|Play about Our Poems circle by Tsuchiya Kiyoshi 土屋清. Revived by Tsuchiya Tokiko & others
|Artist, activist based in Hiroshima (1924-2014)
|With Japan’s defeat in WWII, the Soviet Union interned Japanese military personnel in Siberia from late 1945 to about 1949
|Renowned poet, activist, leader of Our Poems group in Hiroshima
|Warera no uta
|Our Poems journal; name of poetry circle
|Well-known author of children’s & YA books