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We try to reach the setting of an international day –
GENBAKU NO HI
to make us aware of this situation that we live in middle of such a horrible surroundings. It is our duty to leave a better world and to save our beautiful earth to our children.

The aim of the petition is to set up GENBAKU NO HI 8th of august as an international day. It will be a long way I guess. But  it doesn’t matter, because keep doing the action or a movement to transmit to your friends are already a part of success.

Please support the initiative with
signing the petition

 

 

THANKS TO

  Chairperson of Vienna-Donaustadt
Dr. Norbert Scheed
22. Bezirk Wien Donaustadt
( Twin-distirict Arakawa-Ku, Tokio )
  Notary Dr. Wilhelm Schneider, Rico Gulda,
Paul Gulda, Dieter Tairiju Strehly,
Renate Schmidt, Gabi Koschatzky,
Christa Bannuscher, Silvia Gröschnig,
Georg Grimm, Wolfgang und Eva Tatra,
Hansi and Andrasch, Silvia Böhm,
Chiharu Yuki, Tatuso Inada, Fumie Goto,
Naoko Murakami, Otto Fessl,
Karl Arlamovsky, Tan Minoguchi,
Kazuko Kurosaki, Claudia Hirtl, Boris Kemper,
Anita Fricek, Gerti Neuhauser, Daniel Zanetti,
X-Print, Hans Echnaton Schano,
Alexander Janda, Franz Nahrada,
Ernst Gruber, Gertraud Führer,
Dr. Stefan Heiseler, Max Kraus,
Karin Summereder, Erik Bauer, Cult Shirt, Dr. Abdulbari Alshekhali, Maki Wakiyama, Franz Nahrada, Andreas Pecha & Alois Reisenbichler, Reverend Masunaga,
Prof. Thomas Schönfeld, Dr. Dan McLeod,
Hans Salomon, Masunaga Gyosei, Erik Bauer, Yukika Kudo (www.sound-of-sirens.net),
Yoshie Maruoka, Hisa Enomoto,
Ruiko Friesacher, David Wiltschek,
Chie Wadab, Hisa Enomoto (www.kokemoos.eu),
Maria Petrak (www.thebestoftheworld.info),
Kazuyo Fukuda
for dynamic support
  Monika Bevilaqua and the children of
the Elementary School Donaucity and the
Elementary School Kaisermühlen
  Mathias Wurz, Vienna Review
  Peter Haider, United Peace Federaton (UPF)
»My both grandmothers were born in Hiroshima. My name Akiko was given to me because Hiroshima was called Aki no Kuni in oldtimes. Our family-grave was opposite side of Genbaku-Dom beyond the river till the atom-bomb destroyed the whole city.
But later our family-blazon which is a part of grave was found beneath the Mitaki-Hill coincidentally. It was a distance of about 30 minutes by car from the original place.
It was like almost a miracle after such an inferno. Today my ancestor lie peacefully at the cemetery near Mitaki-Hill.«
Akiko Inoue