Inhe convinced the management of the Cantonal Hospital of Geneva to open an anesthesiology department, of which he later became the director. War, Switzerland and the history of the Red Cross. He participates in many medical conferences, publishes numerous research papers and gives several lectures on his specialty, as well as on the medical effects of the atomic explosion.
Always in the breach, always ready to leave, overnight, for distant countries, in often difficult and sometimes dangerous conditions, you have never refused your assistance.
Junod felt as he looked upon the devastation suffered by Hiroshima. The Swiss authorities immediately replied that as Junod was bound to military service - he was 42 - he was forbidden by the Federal Constitution to accept a decoration from a foreign government. On what remained of the station facade the hands of the clock had been stopped by the fire at 8.
On December 19,Junod was appointed Head of Mission to the World Institution for Children in China, and left in late January for Nanjing, where his family joined him by boat via the Philippines.
Instill young in the Red Cross, I had the privilege of doing a mission under his direction. But in April, he could hardly walk and returned to Europe urgently, because all the medical examinations in New York remain inconclusive.
He was also witness to a number of horrific episodes in this war characterized by the extreme gap in technological capabilities of the two sides.
A historic moment While most of these steps have not been widely reported and the public seldom know about them, momentum is clearly building. To save money - he is not one to save money - his wife and son stay in Switzerland and he lives in Paris with his sister Mado and her husband, Dr.
At the time of his departure, Max Huber wrote to him: Lying at Myashima, shrine island. Junod never knew of this attempt to pay him homage . Marcel Junod died on June 16, in Geneva from a massive heart attack while working as an anesthesiologist in an operation.
I have always before my eyes the woundeds. There was not much on it: Bomb Hiroshima, the vast city, fallen at 8: Marcel Junod, Tokyopp. Marcel Junod wanted to mount a campaign to vaccinate children against tuberculosis, which was devastating And then the eyes which read the name and the signature would fill with tears of joy.
It was perhaps the first time in the history of humanity that the birth of a new era was recorded on the face of a clock.
As I came closer, my heart in my mouth, I could see horrible suppurating burns on their feet and on their emaciated limbs. As far as we know, the text has never before been published, though Dr.
However, due to an illness that made it difficult to stand for long periods of time, he had to cut off his deployment.
Kummer at Geneva Cantonal Hospital today University Hospital of Genevathen spending four years - in the medico-surgical service of the civilian hospitals of Mulhouse, in France, first as intern and the last year, having obtained his diploma in surgery, as head of the surgical clinic, which counted beds.
International Review of the Red Cross. Once again Junod was selected. At the beginning ofhe relocated to Lulliera small, charming village near Geneva, to find respite from his double burden as a physician and member of the ICRC.
We are happy to be able to count on your dedication again and I thank you for it. In the summer ofas all the delegates were no longer working, the war was over, he left the ICRC and resumed his profession of doctor, to refine his surgical specialization. Heavily damaged and without much of its equipment, the hospital was inundated with 1, patients on the day of the blast; died almost immediately.
Although knowing your determination and fully approving the motives, we feel, now that the time of separation is approaching, what your departure makes us lose.
Junod will also require that his replacement, if necessary, be Dr.
Inhe was appointed a member of the ICRC and, after many more missions for this institution, was Vice-President from until his death in Were there not Red Cross units from seven countries? He participates in many medical conferences, publishes numerous research papers and gives several lectures on his specialty, as well as on the medical effects of the atomic explosion.Article, International Review of the Red Cross, No.by Marcel Junod Download PDF MB The text which we print here, entitled "The Hiroshima disaster", was found recently among the papers left by Dr.
Marcel Junod, a former Vice-President of the ICRC, who died in Marcel Junod. A hero of Hiroshima. As streams of blackened figures clogged the roads out of the decimated city, hundreds of kilometres away in Japanese-controlled Manchuria a year-old Swiss doctor visited Allied prisoners of war.
Marcel Junod’s essay The First Atom Bomb describes the terrible destruction of practically everything of the once prosperous city of Hiroshima in Japan on 6th August, as a result of the atom bomb, used for the first time in warfare.
Though the Second World War ended soon after, it revealed the great danger of a war in future. "The First Atom Bomb By Marcel Junod" Essays and Research Papers The First Atom Bomb By Marcel Junod The Manhattan Project World War II started on September 1.
Mar 06, · This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Article, International Review of the Red Cross, No.by Marcel Junod Download PDF MB The text which we print here, entitled "The Hiroshima disaster", was found recently among the papers left by Dr.
Marcel Junod, a former Vice-President of the ICRC, who died inDownload