On the day of the end of the war, “Unlocked gathering” Nagasaki August 15, 17:10
On the 15th day of the end of the war, Nagasaki City held a “non-war gathering” in which the A-bomb survivors pledged not to start a war again.
The “War of War” is held every year on December 8th when the Pacific War began and August 15th when the end of the war.
On the 15th, in the rain, about 20 people including A-bomb survivors and high school students engaged in peace learning gathered in front of the monument that swears the abolition of nuclear weapons and the unwarfare near the hypocenter of Nagasaki City.
Three lively high school girls who are doing signing activities for the abolition of nuclear weapons after reading the silence to the victims of the war, offering a flower in front of the monument that swears the abolition of nuclear weapons and no war. It was.
The three people said, “We may be the last generation to hear the live voice of the A-bomb survivors. What we can do now is to tell everyone about the horror of nuclear weapons. I will continue to appeal to create a peaceful world. "
Mr. Mitsugu Moriguchi (82) of the Nagasaki Testimony Participation, “The people who were involved in the war and suffered the most were those who lived normally. For those who did not know the war, I want you to know the history and misery of the war and to think about how to deal with it. "