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by Stephen Kelen
Author: Stephen Kelen
Publisher: Hale & Iremonger (1983)
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Stephen Estaban Kelen OAM (Hungarian: Kelen István; 21 March 1912 – 1 May 2003) was a sportsman, journalist, author, and playwright.
Stephen Estaban Kelen OAM (Hungarian: Kelen István; 21 March 1912 – 1 May 2003) was a sportsman, journalist, author, and playwright. He won seven gold medals at the World Table Tennis Championships in the 1920s and 1930s. After moving to Australia in 1939 he had a long writing career in English. Kelen was born in Budapest in 1912.
The schools in Hiroshima City had either been destroyed by the bomb or were being used for relief or temporary shelter for A-bomb victims. Photo: Stephen Kelen Courtesy of Hiroshima Municipal Archive. Thus, only about one fourth of the former schools could actually be used as schools. It is said that 2,000 to 6,500 A-bomb orphans lived in Hiroshima after the war. Having lost their families to the A-bomb, they were left all alone.
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I remember Hiroshima. Sixty seven years ago on August 6th the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima and killed at least 166,000 people. On August 9 a second nuclear bomb was deployed on Nagasaki and destroyed 80,000 more. At this news I, as a 12 year old patriotic daughter in a military family, rejoiced with triumphant glee.
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