Helping Japanese refugees in South Korea

“Practically all those in Pusan, some 94,000, had come from Japan. Many were survivors of the atom bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Those who came through unscathed in body would carry the terror of those days in their memories until they die. Large quantities of food, clothing and medicine were distributed but the need far surpassed the supplies. One feels so helpless in the face of such great need because we can really do so little.”