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SADAKO SASAKI

Paper cranes made by Sadako Sasaki, a victim of the August 1945 U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima, on display at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in May.
JAPAN
Aug 30, 2023
UNESCO listing sought for A-bombed girl's paper cranes
Other items for which the application was made include Sadako Sasaki's handwritten notes on her blood test results and her photos.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 2, 2023
Momentum building for cranes' inclusion on UNESCO list
Relatives of Sadako Sasaki are preparing to submit the items to a UNESCO documentary heritage program for registry in 2025 to mark 80 years since the end of World War II.
Japan Times
JAPAN
May 22, 2023
G7 leaders given replicas of paper crane made by A-bomb victim
The souvenirs are based on a paper crane that sat beside Sadako Sasaki's deathbed. She died from her illness at the age of 12.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Feb 17, 2023
Paper cranes by A-bomb victim Sadako Sasaki eyed for UNESCO heritage list
Yuji Sasaki, a 52-year-old nephew of Sadako Sasaki, said he hopes to apply next year to have the cranes included on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Film
Jan 28, 2021
Documentary to tell story of young Hiroshima hibakusha
The film will detail the life of Sadako Sasaki, an iconic figure who died from leukemia 10 years after the atomic bombing.
Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Issues / THE FOREIGN ELEMENT
Dec 28, 2020
Anne Frank and Sadako Sasaki: Two girls that symbolize the horrors of war
The 75th anniversary of the end of World War II came amid a pandemic. We take a moment to look back to remember two people in particular who died in that global crisis.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 2, 2019
Hiroshima A-bomb victim's paper crane donated for exhibit aboard WWII U.S. battleship
A paper crane folded by Sadako Sasaki, a victim of the Hiroshima atomic bombing who died of leukemia a decade after the attack, was donated Saturday to a memorial exhibition on the U.S. battleship Missouri at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Issues / LEARNING CURVE
Aug 1, 2018
60 years after Sadako Sasaki's death, the story behind Hiroshima's paper cranes is still unfolding
Young A-bomb victim's message resonates globally thanks largely to her classmates, who turned the origami bird into an icon of peace.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Aug 6, 2017
A-bomb victim's paper crane donated to WWII air base in Utah
A paper crane made by Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese victim of the Hiroshima atomic bombing who died of leukemia a decade after the attack, was donated Saturday to a former training site for U.S. bombing crews during World War II.
Japan Times
JAPAN
May 31, 2016
Brother of Hiroshima paper crane girl plans U.S. peace education NPO
The elder brother of a Japanese girl who succumbed to leukemia a decade after being exposed to the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima said he will set up a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles aimed at promoting peace education.
Japan Times
JAPAN / History
Nov 23, 2015
A-bomb victim's paper crane donated to Truman library in U.S.
A paper crane made by Japanese girl Sadako Sasaki, an iconic victim of the 1945 U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima, has been donated to a Missouri library housing documents of late President Harry Truman, who authorized the attack.

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