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Michio Hakariya had been trying to share his experiences of the U.S. atomic bombing of Nagasaki with foreign audiences for some years, after he began to feel that his inability to speak directly to them was blunting his message.

Despite his advanced years, the response of the retired high school science teacher, now 83, was to study English.

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