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Hiroshima Day Wishes, Quotes, Slogans and More!

The day offers a chance to increase public understanding of the dangers posed by nuclear weapons and nuclear energy.

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Hiroshima Day Wishes: Have a look through this article to discover Hiroshima Day 2023: Wishes, Quotes, Slogans and More!

August 6 will mark Hiroshima Day in 2023, seventy years after the United States exploded an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. People still recall the devastation and mayhem produced by such a catastrophic impact, as well as the radioactive sickness it gave the younger generations.

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There are still no secure techniques to get rid of the contaminated sources of nuclear energy, despite years of development in this field. The day offers a chance to increase public understanding of the dangers posed by nuclear weapons and nuclear energy. Here are some of the best sayings for Hiroshima Day that emphasise the damage it caused to people’s lives and the importance of protecting the life.

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Hiroshima Day 2023 Quotes

Repose in peace. The error must not be made again.

“It was a war crime to drop those nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.”

The nuclear bombings taught Japan that mankind and nuclear weapons cannot coexist.

“I would have destroyed my formula in 1905 if I had known about the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.” ~ A. Einstein

Nuclear weapons merely provide a balance of horror, and terror in any form is still terror.

Her smile is explosive like a nuclear weapon and my Heart is like Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

Although the atomic attack gave the allied forces a hollow triumph, it did, for the time being, destroy Japan’s soul.

As Hiroshima’s history reveals, the only way to stop war is to prevent it with such overwhelming force that it becomes a suicide act.

At a time when the Japanese were pleading for peace fervently, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by atomic bombs.

“People are still bearing the scars of history; we are still experiencing the aftershock of Hiroshima.”

“Everything, save our ways of thinking, has changed as a result of the atom’s unleashed power, and we are now heading for an unprecedented catastrophe.”

Sweta Bharti
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Sweta Bharti is pursuing bachelor's in medicine. She is keen on writing on the trending topics.

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