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Definition of Hibakusha
1. [n HIBAKUSHA]
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Literary usage of Hibakusha
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1. A Yearbook of Holidays & Observances: A Multicultural Perspective of by Iva A. Smith, Aurora Ramirez-Krodel (1998)
"Karen Kai, an attorney, artist, and activist, is also "...the executive director of Friends of hibakusha [the Japanese term for atomic bomb survivors from ..."
2. Five Hundred Fun Facts About Japan by DIANE Publishing Company, Dorothy Perkins (1994)
"The surviving victims of the two atomic bombs dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August, 1945 are called hibakusha. ..."
3. Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults: A Selected Listing by Ginny Moore Kruse, Kathleen T. Horning (1991)
"... of the Sadako statue in Hiroshima's Peace Park, of the "hibakusha" (survivors) and of the city today create a sober chronicle of past and present. ..."