By Paul Ham,Debbie Edwards
The chanced on diary of Yoko, a 13-year-old jap woman who lived close to Hiroshima in the course of the battle
the diary of Yoko, a 13-year-old eastern woman who lived close to Hiroshima in the course of the struggle
1945 was once a troublesome time to be a baby in Japan. Many had obvious their towns destroyed through US bombers. nutrition, gas and fabrics have been briefly offer. but spirits remained excessive. In April 1945, Yoko Moriwaki begun highschool in Hiroshima, excited to be a prestigious 'Kenjo' lady, and entire of accountability in the direction of her mom and dad, college and kingdom. however the nation was once falling aside and in 4 months time her urban might turn into the objective for the 1st atomic bomb ever used as a weapon.
In her diary, Yoko offers an account of that point - whilst stipulations have been so terrible that kids as younger as twelve have been required to paintings in undefined; while fierce battles raged within the Pacific and youngsters like Yoko believed victory used to be close to.
With additions by way of Yoko's relations and fellow scholars, and an advent by way of award-winning writer Paul Ham, Yoko's Diary not just exhibits us the hopes, ideals and way of life of a tender lady in wartime Japan, it's a touching account of the implications of the 1st nuclear bombing of a city.
SHORtLIStED within the 2014 CBCA Awards
SHORtLIStED within the 2014 NSW Premier's background Awards
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