Repairers of the Breach: Memoirs of a Missionary, Nagasaki, Japan 1948-1951 by Margery L. Mayer
Much has been accomplished to repair the breach between Americans and Japanese since World War II. Margery Mayer and her Kwassui students did their part in post war Nagasaki.
Much has been accomplished to repair the breach between Americans and Japanese since World War II. Margery Mayer and her Kwassui students did their part in post war Nagasaki. They had many discussions about Christianity and democracy as well as the growing nationalism and militarism of the United States. This is the story of their life together, Japanese students and an American missionary, the impact it had on each, and the bonding that took place as they worked toward a new world of peace. The cover photo: Peace Statue in the center of Nagasaki Peace Park where the Atomic bomb exploded. The statue’s right hand points to the sky as a warning against further bombing: the left hand stretches out horizontally to symbolize peace.
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