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  • Citizens 'groups in Hiroshima started a mass movement after March 1954, when a U.S. nuclear test dropped radiation on the crew of a Japanese fishing boat, the Lucky Dragon, and citizens of Bikini.

    Strange How This Generation Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 2006

  • Police said that both men entered the Lucky Dragon restaurant on East Church Street about

    Phillies Zone 2010

  • Two men had taken about $300 from a Chinese restaurant called Lucky Dragon.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion 2010

  • The Lucky Dragon boat will be performing periodic fire-breathing performances in the local waterways at least until October 12.

    Ubergizmo 2009

  • The Marshallese communities on Rongelap, Ailinginae, and Utrik atolls, U.S. servicemen on Rongerik Atoll (weathermen who were monitoring winds and fallout), and the twenty-three-man crew of the Japanese fishing vessel Fukuryu Maru (Lucky Dragon) received near-lethal doses of radiation from the Bravo event.

    CounterPunch 2008


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  • English translation of name of Japanese fishing boat (Daigo Fukuryū Maru) exposed to radioactive fallout from US nuclear test (Castle Bravo) on Bikini Atoll March 1, 1954. See:

    November 5, 2010