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The Korean victims were mostly captives, slaves brought to Japan by the military. As such, their story has not been told; it doesn't cast the nation of Japan in a positive light and the nation is notoriously poor at admitting guilt or showing remorse. So...More
This monument is dedicated to the memory of the people from Korea who were in Hiroshima at the time of the atomic bombing. Around 1910, many Koreans came to Japan to look for work after Korea was annexed by Japan. As a result, there were...More
Among the many memorials within the Peace Park is one dedicated to the people of Korea who lost their lives in the Atomic explosion, working or living in the city at the time, and not commemorated until 1970 with the construction of this monument.