A New Peace Memorial Museum: Passing on Hiroshima's Message *RERUN
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum has undergone the largest makeover in its history. The survivors of the bombing have shared their experiences, but they are now aging, giving rise to fears that the lessons of Hiroshima will be forgotten. By infusing their messages into the new approach to presenting its extensive collection of relics and pictures from the atomic bombing of the city, the museum hopes to pass on the memories of the world's first nuclear attack to future generations.