Yokos diary is a very moving account of a 12 year old girls experiences during world war 2 yoko attended a select entry school in hiroshima japan and this book outlines her experiences of living in a war torn country. Yokos diary paul ham debbie edwards on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the diary of yoko a 13 year old japanese girl who lived near hiroshima during the war ages 8 12 1945 was a hard time to be a child in japan. Yokos diary is a moving account of a young girls life in japan prior to the bombing of hiroshima it is a seldom explored view of the japanese experience during ww2 made more poignant by the abrupt ending to the entries by the death of yoko 6300 children perished in the blast that robbed them of adulthood and a future. Yokos diary is filled with thoughts sadness intense feelings and short of food the lack of food was also why she was very upset very sadly yoko died at a very young age . With additions by yokos relatives and fellow students and an introduction by award winning author paul ham yokos diary not only shows us the hopes beliefs and daily life of a young girl in wartime japan it is a touching account of the consequences of the first nuclear bombing of a city
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