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By Hawaii Forgiveness Project
Ceremony at historic Kawaiaha’o Church reflects on the nuclear explosions over Hiroshima and Nagasaki
By Stone Lake Press
70th Anniversary of Nuclear Weapons Use Renews Debate, X-Day: Japan Details Invasion from Ground Level
By Stone Lake Press
X-Day: Japan, Front-Line Reporting at the Greatest Invasion and the Dawn of Nuclear Warfare, Plays Out Tough Consequences if Atomic Bombings of Cities Didn't Happen
By Major Oak Entertainment Ltd
Major Oak Entertainment Ltd, is seeking Christian help for its latest project, a feature length movie on the life of Christian convert, atomic bomb survivor and dedicated peace-activist, Takashi Nagai .
By Fast Market Research
New Education market report from GlobalData: "Nagasaki University - Product Pipeline Analysis"
By Homefield Multimedia
It's only week No. 1 on Twitter. But so far there have been six major news incidents found that have relevance to a 2008 novel. The book has an eerie hold on the pulse of today's news. Why is this book so on target to what's happening in the world?
By Homefield Multimedia
A public relations assistant to a co-pilot on the Nagasaki atomic bomb mission is writing a memoir of his working days with the WW II hero in the 1990's. He hopes to have it turned into a film.
By Homefield Multimedia
American author D.L. Shiloh, who worked as a PR specialist for the Nagasaki co-pilot, says North Korea's underground nuclear test is a move in the wrong direction.
By Homefield Multimedia
A lost 6-part interview with a Nagasaki co-pilot, Lt. Col. Fred J. Olivi, were recovered this week. The interview was part of research D.L. Shiloh did for "The Eyewitness", a poetry book about the aftermath of World War III.
By Homefield Multimedia
Long in the making, "The Eyewitness" by D.L. Shiloh - a book about the aftermath of World War III, is nearly done.

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