THE REYNOLDS FAMILY, THE NUCLEAR AGE, AND A BRAVE WOODEN BOAT
Thank you for this post. God Bless you.
A Hiroshima survivor,now 85, who was a friend of my mother, wrote me, "I cannot begin to convey to you. . . that brought back so many memories of that fateful day. The mind is a wondrous thing in many ways for I felt the pain, heat and all the sadness that befell Hiroshima....my mother's near death lying in that air raid shelter....asking for help in finding my one sister whom we never found."I was watching on TV about the 'gang of four' pushing actively for the end of nuclear testing and thought of your parents for they were so far ahead in their thinking. Only the people that have experienced and lived thru it and seen the aftermath can truly feel and understand what ONE nuclear bomb can do!!!!Tamiko Nakagawa Sampson
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