Masahiro Sasaki (center) embraces Clifton Truman Daniel after laying flowers on President Truman’s grave. Sasaki, a Hiroshima bombing survivor, came from Japan with son Yuji (left) to participate in a peace program at the Truman Library in Independence.
Masahiro Sasaki (center) embraces Clifton Truman Daniel after laying flowers on President Truman’s grave. Sasaki, a Hiroshima bombing survivor, came from Japan with son Yuji (left) to participate in a peace program at the Truman Library in Independence. Monty Davis madavis@kcstar.com
Masahiro Sasaki (center) embraces Clifton Truman Daniel after laying flowers on President Truman’s grave. Sasaki, a Hiroshima bombing survivor, came from Japan with son Yuji (left) to participate in a peace program at the Truman Library in Independence. Monty Davis madavis@kcstar.com

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