This episode features two stories born in World War 2. A Japanese man who was only 5 in 1945, but survived the Atomic Bomb blast in Hiroshima that led to the end of the war in the
Pacific. He visited the U.S. recently to call for the abolition of nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants. Also, an excerpt from a mid-1990's talk by the late Miep Gies (meep-geese), who helped hide Anne Frank's family from the Nazi's in World War 2. Ms. Gies was the one who found Anne Frank's now-famous diary. And a chat with foreign aid proponent Jamie Drummond. All on the next edition of Peace Talks Radio.