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Burnt Yet Undaunted
(Verbatim Account of Senji Yamaguchi)
Foreword by Joseph Gerson

Dear friends,

Thank you very much for your warm messages and support to us. Your messages are of great encouragement to us and all victims of the disaster. We have translated your messages into Japanese and passed them on to the victims and all Japanese people.

The damage caused by earthquakes and subsequent tsunami is so horrible. All buildings were swept away. Thousands of bodies are found every day. The number of those dead and are missing is expected to be more than 11,500. The evacuees have increased more than 450,000. They are forced to stay at shelters with not enough food, water, cloths, oil for heaters and gas for cars, etc.

In addition to that, the frightening accident of Fukushima power plants is threatening the safety of people and their uneasiness is growing.

The municipalities and citizens of the damage struck areas have so far given strong support to our signature campaigns for abolition of nuclear weapons, our peace marches and the World Conference against A and H Bombs. We have to help them when they are suffering.

Japan Council against A and H Bombs (Gensuikyo) set up an account and called on Japanese people to donate to help the victimized people and areas.

Postal Money Order
Account No.: 00110-9-1780
Account Name: Japan Council against A and H Bombs (Gensuikyo)

If you wish to donate or send support to the victims, we can accept your donation at the above account. We will transfer your donation to the victims or/and we will send necessary goods and services to the victimized people and areas.

Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation. If there is any questions/requests, please do not hesitate to ask us.


Yayoi Tsuchida
Assistant Secretary General



Jun.6 - National Peace March Starts in the Disaster-afflicted Region, Calling for Abolition of Nuclear Weaponsnew
Apr.11 - Nuclear Power Plant, Nuclear Weapons and Humans’ Future
Mar. 22 - Statement: Every measure must urgently be taken to prevent further deterioration of the situation at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, and to rescue the victims and evacuees of the earthquake, tsunamis and nuclear accident

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Oct.10 - Article: Shoji Sawada, "Cover-up of Injuries from Atomic Bombing and Severe Effects of Internal Exposure to Residual Radiation"iPDF)
May. 4 - Presentation of the Signatures in support of the gAppeal for a Nuclear Weapon-Free Worldh to the 8th Review Conference of the NPT
May. 1 - Speech at the International Peace ConferenceiHiroshi Taka, Japan Council against A and H Bombsj
May. 1 - Time to bring a total ban and the elimination of nuclear weapons onto agenda and start negotiations with no further delay
Apr. 14 - APPEAL TO THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT:To propose the start of negotiations on a nuclear weapons convention, annul the Japan-US secret agreements on nuclear weapons, and abide by and implement the three non-nuclear principles
Apr. 8 - Information: The 2010 World Conference Against A&H Bombs
Feb. 7 - Gensuikyo 2010 Action Plan

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