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The Bells of Nagasaki (Anglais) Broché – 30 mai 2007

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Christian view of Nagasaki bomb by victim 1 octobre 1997
Par evansr@towers.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The author's friends, colleagues and wife were killed instantly by the atomic bomb and he died of injuries after a few years leaving his children orphans. He was a Christian, a part of the Nagasaki Christian community which had experienced persecution from the time the Portuguese brought Christianity to the city. His view of God's provision as it relates to the horror of the bomb is very profound. I wish the book had provided supplementary information regarding the author's life and the Christian community in Nagasaki.
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book review 28 décembre 2010
Par J. Morrissey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent book. Along with his other book, "Song of Nagasaki" - these two books give the reader a personal portrait of life in pre- war and post-war Japan that is awesome....
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
a Japanese friend of mine was born in nagasaki and her birth was just after the war her mother has suffered alot from the after affects of this terrible tragidy of nuclear bombing and my friend gave me this story to read. I was moved to tearsseveral times from the accounts in the book.
A must have book for anyone! 15 juillet 2014
Par Ash - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I read this book after I learned about Urakami's history. Nagasaki had the highest number of baptized Christians in a 1945 Shinto theocracy Japan. When I found out about how the U.S.A., a predominately Christian country would bomb a village with a minority that practiced their faith, I was shocked. After reading this book, it touched my heart because even these innocent victims, who went through hundreds of years of persecution, still did not hold any grudges against the country that dropped the bomb. Instead of looking at the negative effects the bomb had on themselves, they looked at how it was positive for the entire world. The book also gives a comparison of the mindset of a Shintoist and a true Christian.
This book gives very detailed information on the effects of the bomb. Very gruesome. Since I knew a bit about the author prior to buying the book, I was able to understand that the book would have a touching ending. If you do not read the entire book from cover to cover, you will be depressed. I also recommend that the book not be read by anyone under the age of 15. You really need to be mentally prepared to read some of the descriptions. If you can read about Japanese war crimes and stomach it, you can read this book for sure.
a must read! 27 mars 2013
Par Buddha Baby - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
[The Bells  of Nagasaki]

This may be one of my all time top favorites.  Weird to think a description of experiencing an atomic bomb could be a fav, but there it is.  There is a brief introduction about what was happening with political leaders at the time, the decision making involved, to set the scene.  The book itself is an insider's story about the experience.  There are the descriptions of the specific physical occurrences as well as the psychological ones:  seeing the country you love defeated, addressing feeling and desires for revenge and moving beyond that.  The focus ends on the meaning of the event for the whole world rather than just those who experienced it.  The author was an amazing person who saw the importance of documenting the results with a scientific eye for the benefit of the medical world, as well as the religious implications.  There were a couple of pages addressing religion, from a perspective I don't share, but that seemed to be helpful for them.  I wish this was required reading for high schoolers and would love to have used it for my college classes.
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