Seventy-one years after the twin atomic attacks on Japan, historians continue to debate whether the first bombing, over Hiroshima, on August 6, 1945, was justified, and whether it was even the most important factor in the country's swift surrender. ... Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
The "Lost Hair" on display at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima's Naka Ward, with its colors fading. (Mainichi) The "Lost Hair" is seen in a pictorial catalogue of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum published in 1999. (The hair ...Mainichi Daily News, 4 weeks ago
Seventy-one years after Japan surrendered in World War II, a taboo in Japan has been broken, or, more precisely, ripped apart. A movie specifically about the U.S-Japan conflict that more than mentions the atomic bombs, directed by Mexico's Alejandro ...Japan Times, 4 days ago
Kira Muratova made her previous film, Eternal Homecoming, in 2012. A lot of changes have occurred since then. What remains unchanged is Muratova's prominent place in Ukrainian and international cinema. I am standing in front of an old Odesa ...Day.Kyiv.ua, 4 days ago
The first week of MOMA 's series devoted to the French production and distribution company Gaumont features a mighty masterwork that's as rare and unheralded as it is brisk and modest. Max Ophüls's La Tendre Ennemie— The Tender Enemy —from ...New Yorker, 4 weeks ago
How a street child became a leading artist By James Badcock Madrid 21 June 2016 From the section Magazine Image copyright Eddy Wenting Lita Cabellut is one of Spain's most successful artists, but she's barely known in her home ...BBC, 2 months ago
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