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Hiroshima Chapter 1 A Noiseless Flash The story starts out by a mini intro of the characters Toshiko Sasaki a clerk in the East Asia Tin Works was sitting down talking to the girl of the next desk Dr Fuji was sitting down the Osaka Asahi on the porch of his private hospital Mrs Hatsuyo Nakamura a tailors widow stood by the window of her kitchen watching a neighbor tear down his house Father Wilhelm Kleinsorge a German priest reclined in his underwear on a cot on the top floor of his orders mission house Dr Terufumi Sasaki a young member of the surgical staff of the citys Red Cross Hospital walked along in the halls carrying a blood specimen Reverend Mr Kiyoshi Tanimoto a pastor of the Hiroshima Methodist was carrying some of his possessions to a rich mans house in fear of the massive B-29 raid which everyone expected Hiroshima to suffer Reverend Mr Tanimoto Mr Tanimoto was a small man quick to talk laugh and cry His hair parted in the middle and rather long the prominence of the frontal bones just above his eyebrows and the smallness of hi mustache mouth and chin gave him a strange old-young look boyish and yet wise weak and yet fiery He woke up a 500 because he could not sleep He was worrying about his wife and kids and a massive raid on their town Mr Tanimoto had studied theology at Emory College in Atlanta Georgia He started to carry his things and belongings from the church with his friend Mr Matsuo to Mr Matsuis house a man who let a large number of his friends and acquaintances so that they might evacuate whatever they wished to a safe distance from the target area Mr Tanimoto and Mr Matsuo made a quick stop to Mr Matsuos house to carry a large Japanese cabinet They arrived to Mr Matsuis house
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