Tags » Evacuees

British Posters From the Second World War

I think everyone is familiar with that the iconic KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON poster, now everywhere and repurposed to sell, lampoon, or support virtually everything (I will probably have a KEEP CALM AND TRUST HETHERIDGE version for… 229 more words

Books

Nuclear evacuees seek rise in TEPCO compensation

Nov 14 2014

More than 2,800 evacuees from a village near the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are seeking state arbitration for a rise in compensation from Tokyo Electric Power Company, the plant’s operator. 209 more words

Japan

Latimer Road School – 1942/43

It may seem odd that we, at Market Lavington Museum have a register for the London County Council School on Latimer Road.

But there it is clearly labelled. 168 more words

Museum

Former Fukushima teacher blogs to inspire students while fighting off cancer

Oct 19, 2014

The former vice principal of a junior high school in Fukushima Prefecture has been encouraging his former students by blogging while undergoing 11 years of treatment for cancer.Yuki Sanbonsugi, 55, who fled to Koriyama after his hometown, Futaba, was evacuated to escape the radiation from the core meltdowns at the Fukushima No. 453 more words

Japan

Former Fukushima teacher blogs to inspire students while fighting off cancer

Oct 19, 2014 

The former vice principal of a junior high school in Fukushima Prefecture has been encouraging his former students by blogging while undergoing 11 years of treatment for cancer.Yuki Sanbonsugi, 55, who fled to Koriyama after his hometown, Futaba, was evacuated to escape the radiation from the core meltdowns at the Fukushima No. 451 more words

Japan

New facility in Saitama gives nuclear evacuees from Fukushima town a sense of community

From left, Isamitsu Tsuchida, Michiko Hoshikawa and Makiko Muta,

staff of the “Nashi no mi space” facility, are seen in Saitama’s Urawa Ward.

October 14, 2014… 418 more words

Japan

Japan's nuclear refugees -- National Geographic

National Geographic reporter Lucille Craft discusses the radioactive no-go zones surrounding Fukushima Daiichi and speaks with refugees from Namie, known as the “forgotten town” by Japanese magazine Bungei Shunju. 52 more words

Fukushima Daiichi