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First Into Nagasaki

The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-atomic Japan And Its Prisoners of War

by George Weller

  • 210 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Blackstone Audiobooks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Unabridged Audio - History,
  • Military,
  • History,
  • Asia - Japan,
  • Military - Nuclear Warfare,
  • Military - World War II,
  • Audiobooks,
  • Japan,
  • Prisoners of war,
  • United States

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWalter Cronkite (Foreword), Anthony Weller (Editor), Stefan Rudnicki (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8107578M
    ISBN 100786165812
    ISBN 109780786165810

    On September 6, , less than a month after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, George Weller, a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter, became the first free Westerner to enter the devastated city. Going into hospitals and consulting doctors of the bomb's victims, he was the first to document its unprecedented medical effects. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigationPages:

    First into Nagasaki. By Hugh Turley. On August 6 and 9, , Paul Tibbetts and Charles W. Sweeney piloted the bombers that dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. A little-known fact almost stranger than fiction is that they were also the first Americans to go to Japan and see the devastation of their bombs. First Into Nagasaki is a book I would recommend to any serious student of World War II. In the first section of the book, it gives a first-hand glimpse into a world that has never been seen. Since the press was not allowed into Nagasaki, the American public never knew the damages occurred from the Atomic Bomb.

    First into Nagasaki audiobook, by George Weller On September 6, , less than a month after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, George Weller, a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter, became the first free Westerner to enter the devastated city. Going into hospitals and consulting doctors of the bomb’s victims, he was the first to. On September 6, , less than a month after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, George Weller, a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter, became the first free Westerner to enter the devastated city. Going into hospitals and consulting doctors of the bomb's victims, he was the first to .


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I found "First Into Nagasaki" to be an informative and eye-opening book. I learned much about the after-effects of the atomic bombs as well as the harsh treatment suffered by our POWs.

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About First Into Nagasaki. George Weller was a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter who covered World War II across Europe, Africa, and Asia. At the war’s end in Septemberunder General MacArthur’s media blackout, correspondents were forbidden to enter both Nagasaki and. In George Weller's newspaper article "20 Years LaterA Reporter Remembers: First Yank in Nagasaki--After the Bomb" Chicago Daily News August 14which has been omitted from the book First into Nagasaki, Weller does not claim to have taken any photographs related to Nagasaki or to First Into Nagasaki book submitted any such photos to government : This article has been rated as Start-Class on.

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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this. First Into Nagasaki As Walter Cronkite says in the introduction, "This is an important book". There are many strong images about the Atomic Bombing of Nagasaki that have been promoted for the last sixty-two years that are significantly changed by this monumental history.

First into Nagasaki George Weller, Author, Anthony Weller, Editor, Stefan Rudnicki, Read by, read by Stefan Rudnicki. Blackstone Audio $ (0p) ISBN Every great war correspondent has an important story that got away—that was banned by someone in authority, censored into silence and never appeared.

For my father, it was linked to one of the cataclysmic events of the 20th century. As the first outsider to reach Nagasaki, in Septemberfour weeks after the Japanese city was torched by the atomic bomb and still.

"First Into Nagasaki" does much to set the record straight. This is an extremely important book and one that should prove to be a real eye opener to those like myself who were born after the end of World War by: 2. First into Nagasaki () Whenever I see the word "Nagasaki," a vision arises of the city when I entered it on September 6,as the first free westerner to do so after the end of the war.

No other correspondent had yet evaded the Brand: Crown Publishing Group. Along with reports from the brutal POW camps, a stirring saga of the worst of the Japanese “hellships” which carried U.S.

prisoners into murder and even cannibalism, and a trove of Weller’s unseen photos, First into Nagasaki provides a moving, unparalleled look at the bomb that killed more t people and ended WWII.

Amid current 4/5(5). The articles published in Japan (and later included in a book assembled by Anthony Weller, First Into Nagasaki) revealed a remarkable and wrenching turn in Weller's view of the aftermath of the bombing, which anticipates the profound unease in our nuclear experience ever since.

"It was remarkable to see that shifting perspective," Anthony. Along with reports from the brutal POW camps, a stirring saga of the worst of the Japanese “hellships” which carried U.S. prisoners into murder and even cannibalism, and a trove of Weller’s unseen photos, First into Nagasaki provides a moving, unparalleled look at the bomb that killed more t people and ended WWII.

Amid current. First into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-Atomic Japan and Its Prisoners of War George Weller, Author, Anthony Weller, Editor, Walter Cronkite, Foreword by. First Into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-Atomic Japan and Its Prisoners of War (Paperback) “This is an important book—important and gripping.

For the first time in print we can read the details of the nuclear bombardment of Nagasaki, Japan, as written by the first American reporter on the terrible scene. First Into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-Atomic Japan and Its Prisoners of War, By George Weller, Edited by Anthony Weller, Crown, pp., illustrated $ Days after the United States dropped an atomic bomb over Nagasaki on Aug.

9,Japan announced its surrender and World War II came to an end. JC: Thank you for giving me the chance to talk about the book. I saw a lad busking today. He was trying to raise cash for a trip to Japan.

I hope he makes it. When I first arrived in Nagasaki at the age of 21 to teach English I was clueless about the culture. Given how young I was, my time spent in the country was hugely formative. George Weller has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. George Weller’s most popular book is First Into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on.

Along with reports from the brutal POW camps, a stirring saga of the worst of the Japanese "hellships" which carried U.S. prisoners into murder and even cannibalism, and a trove of Weller's unseen photos, First into Nagasaki provides a moving, unparalleled look at the bomb that killed more t people and ended WWII.

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Going into hospitals and consulting doctors of the bomb’s victims, he was the first to document its unprecedented medical effects. He also became the first to enter the Allied .