• Brinkhaven, Ohio


Regarding the Dec. 4 Kyodo brief “U.S. parks plan irks A-bombed cities“: Perhaps the professional complainers from Hiroshima and Nagasaki (who want the three sites that the U.S. National Park Service is considering establishing as historic parks — because of their involvement with the Manhattan Project during World War II — to present nuclear damage information) will let us know which Japanese parks at present include information on how the drive for economic domination of the Asia-Pacific region justified murdering millions of people in dozens of countries.

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ed bardoe

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