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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon "peace trees" campaign

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Hideko Tamura Snider was 10-years-old when her city was destroyed by the atomic bomb. She was the guest of honor at a ceremony marking the culmination of a four-year-long campaign. A total of 51 trees were planted around this Pacific Northwest state, the densest concentration of Hiroshima peace trees anywhere outside Japan.
Published 5 months ago · Hiroshima, Japan

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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon "peace trees" campaign

This week marks the culmination of a four-year-long campaign in Oregon to plant saplings grown from the seeds of trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. An Oregon official

5 months ago·United States
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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon ‘peace trees’ campaign

SALEM, Ore. >> Hideko Tamura Snider was a 10-year-old girl in Hiroshima, Japan, when the United States detonated an atomic bomb over the city on Aug. 6, 1945, during World War II.

5 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon "peace trees" campaign

This week marks the culmination of a four-year-long campaign in Oregon to plant saplings grown from the seeds of trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima

5 months ago·San Diego, United States
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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon “peace trees” campaign

By ANDREW SELSKYSALEM, Ore. (AP) — Hideko Tamura Snider was a 10-year-old girl in Hiroshima, Japan, when the United States detonated an atomic bomb over the city on Aug. 6, 1945, during World War II. On Wednesday, she described the horrors of that day as the guest of honor in a ceremony marking the culmination of a four-year-long campaign in Oregon to plant saplings grown from the seeds of trees that also survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima…

5 months ago·United States
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Hiroshima bombing recalled in Oregon "peace trees" campaign

This week marks the culmination of a four-year-long campaign in Oregon to plant saplings grown from the seeds of trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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