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This tower has been built in memory of the students who were enrolled to help fight the war. Many of them were killed and many maimed. Located near the A-Bomb dome, the structure is worth a visit to remind us of the lost childhood of...More
This is a memorial tower in memory of the students who were mobilized to help in the war. Many were killed by the atomic bomb. The students were forced labour, many to work in munitions factory and other areas. Located near the Atomic bomb dome.
This memorial tower is dedicated to the students who were forced into labor to serve their country during World War II. The students were required to sacrifice their childhood and many died in the war. It is located near the Atomic Bomb Dome, before you...More
I enjoyed this memorial and learned something new related to the roles played by the students honored by this memorial. The entire area around the Peace Park is very moving, but I particularly liked this memorial and the plaques depicting the students that are located...More
We visited the A-bomb dome first and waled here. It is a beautiful little memorial that recognises the children killed during the bombing. The memorial is in the shape of a lovely tower and there are 8 doves perched on location around the tower along...More
Mobilized Students were about high school age and were called upon to work in munitions factories and other war time work. The day the bomb fell, 7,000 of them died while demolishing houses to create fire lanes.
The memorial is a tall white tower. This...More