Monday, August 06, 2007

Hiroshima, mon amour



On this anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945, a Reminder that, whether we like it or not, all viewpoints need to be represented in libraries and archives. This item is from the Herbert Merton Greene Papers, Accession No. 2006-005.

AID FOR THE PEOPLE
By HERBERT MERTON GREENE, M.D....

"Aid in The Atomic Age for people to survive is vital. Color is an extra hazard. Color absorbs deadly fallout fire that white reflects. The Hiroshima bomb branded into the skin the black and white pattern of the robe, see picture below. With color an extra hazard; without extra aid to survive, mixed races will become extinct in the Atomic Age." ...

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