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Indiana University Associate Professor Scott O'Bryan expands the story ofHiroshimabeyond the 1945 atomic bombing. A broader history of the city and its importance in national developments are introduced, while remaining mindful of the significance of the bombing itself. Suggestions encouraging students to investigate multiple perspectives of the event are included.

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