Hiroshima: History and Legacy

Join us as we reflect on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima 75 years later. The Museum’s Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian, Dr. Rob Citino, will host a discussion on the history, artifacts, and Museum’s educational initiatives about the atomic bomb and Hiroshima.

August 06 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
+ Add to calendar 2020-08-06 11:00:00 AM 2020-08-06 12:00:00 PM America/Mexico_City 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Hiroshima: History and Legacy Join us as we reflect on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima 75 years later. The Museum’s Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian, Dr. Rob Citino, will host a discussion on the history, artifacts, and Museum’s educational initiatives about the atomic bomb and Hiroshima.

Join us as we reflect on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima 75 years later. The Museum’s Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian, Dr. Rob Citino, will host a discussion on the history, artifacts, and Museum’s educational initiatives about the atomic bomb and Hiroshima. Rob will be joined by Dr. Ed Lengel of the Museum’s Institute for the Study of War and Democracy to discuss the history of the bombing; while museum curator Larry Decuers will explore artifacts in the Museum’s collection related to Hiroshima, and Dr. Kristen Burton, with the Museum’s WWII Media and Education Center, will discuss how the history of the atomic bomb is taught to students and teachers today.

This webinar is part of regular programming commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II made possible by Bank of America.

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