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Then came the Black Rain

Reiko Yamada
Photo: Gareth King, courtesy of The Faslane Peace Camp
Aftermath of the Hiroshima nuclear attack of August 6, 1945

REIKO YAMADA was a schoolgirl when an atomic bomb exploded above her city.

As UN negotiations on multilateral disarmament took place in New York recently, she and second-generation survivor Midori Yamada (no relation) brought their unforgettable testimony to Scotland. After visiting Holyrood to talk with Nicola Sturgeon, they called in at Faslane Peace Camp near Helensburgh, opposite the UK’s nuclear base.

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iScot May 2017 issue - the one with Theresa May.I.Am front cover 116 jam packed pages of the best craic in Scotland Alyn Smith MEP - " Putting Women down" Robbie Dinwoodie - Our Scottish Grandees Dave Bowman - Nightmare on Downing Street Zoe Weir - The Hiroshima Survivors Derek Bateman - I get it now! Dave Bowman - English for Indy Tom Morton - Brewdog Will McLeod - Letter from America Wee Ginger Dug - The Dug has eyes Blaze's Trail - Glen Nevis Peter A Bell - The Tides of History Grousebeater - Prof Ian Ritchie CBE RA Jason Michael McCann - Our Untaught Union Dr Steve McCabe - Into the Vallies Dr Jamie Reid-Baxter - A Timeless Flame Metal Guru - Jewel in the Highlands Vivien Martin - King's Cave Arran Sir Harry Lauder Poem iSpy iScot Book Review - The Bogeyman Chronicles iScot Short Story - David McVey Major Bloodnok and Mystic Mons Meg Heidbyler Soduko ( No, not Sudoko!) Readers Letters