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A book containing the testimony of 12 Taiwanese who survived the atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima has been published.

Nobuto Hirano, 65, representative of a Nagasaki-based liaison group for hibakusha overseas, says he hopes the book will “help the younger generation learn about the history of hardships and help expand support for the survivors.”

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