Inside the Library: GODZILLAAAAA!

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The Library of Living Monsters is pleased to announce that Japan will be releasing the very first commemorative stamps attributing to the Godzilla attacks of 1954.
The attack by Godzilla left a path of destruction, which many believed Tokyo could never recover from. The event was captured on film by Ishiro Honda, a brave native of the town who just so happened to have his camera with him at the time of the attacks. The film was seen around the world. Millions watched in horror wondering whether the monster Godzilla could be stopped or would he potentially reach other countries on its  path of destruction. Clips of the film can be found here >> FILM CLIPS

The Mindless actions of the beast are still vague to this day. But the effect its attack left upon the people of Tokyo will never be forgotten.

The limited run of stamps aim to remind the people of Japan and the world about what happened on that fateful day, and give thanks that  the beast Godzilla has not been seen since 1998.

Tribute stamp commemorating those lost in the 1954 attack by Godzilla.

Tribute stamp commemorating those lost in the 1954 attack by Godzilla on the people of Tokyo