Censored in 1945 and unpublished for sixty years, a collection of dispatches by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist records the first eyewitness observations of the devasted Japanese city of Nagasaki, along with the accounts of Allied prisoners who recalled the dropping of the bomb and their years of torture and captivity in Japanese POW camps. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.
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