The Tragic of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

             The play called 'The Tragic of Hiroshima and Nagasaki' mainly spoke about how war affects human beings. It also indicates how war destroys a family, or the country: how war also brings misery into our lives. The play also preaches anti-war and demands the audience to act upon it. It also puts forward tragic stories about victims of the war; especially on August 9, 1945 when a U.S. Army Air Force plane released an atomic bomb on Nagasaki. It summarizes all the authentic information that is available on damage to structures, injuries to personnel, morale effect, etc. Both the Hiroshima and the Nagasaki atomic bombs exhibited similar effects: blast or pressure wave, burns resulting from the explosion. In both cities the blast totally destroyed everything within a radius of 1 mile from the center of explosion, except for certain reinforced concrete frames. The atomic explosion almost completely destroyed Hiroshima's identity as a city. Over a fourth of the population was killed in one stroke and an additional fourth seriously injured, so that even if there had been no damage to structures and installations the normal city life would still have been completely shattered.

             I am very pleased to say that I am quite impressed with the performance of the play called 'The Tragic of Hiroshima and Nagasaki'. Although, I could not understand all the words completely; it was enough just seeing and listening, and I enough to feel the emotions expressed by the talented actors.


             I would say that the strengths of the play was the brilliant performances by *Mrs. Italie, the way she expressed her emotions and herself. She was quite natural and spontaneous in every department of the play. She was simply the best.

             My opinion of the weakness of the play was the placid pace of the storyline. In future a little bit of music in the background could help the play to be a bit more realistic.

             In conclusion, the play was brilliant and the participants did well.

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