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Winter Always Turns to Spring a Memoir: My Triumphant Journey Sachiko Takata Bailey

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Sachiko Takata was 14 years-old when an atomic bomb dropped on her hometown of Hiroshima, Japan. In an instant her world was changed. Her mother died shortly after Japan's surrender. The devastation of war and the loss of her mother awakened in Sachiko's heart a deep resolve to devote her life to building a world of peace where the dignity of all human beings is respected ...more
Hardcover, 168 pages
Published June 11th 2013 by FriesenPress
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