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  • A-Bomb WWW Museum
    Students access photos and information about the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

  • Hiroshima Archive
    Dozens of photos of the devastation of Hiroshima are on display.

  • Hiroshima Directory
    This directory features a bibliography and historical, artistic, military, and literary links about the city.

  • Hiroshima Live Project
    The Project offers information about the annual Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony and peace-related information.

  • Hiroshima Peace Site
    Contains information on the destructive nature of nuclear weapons and the atomic bomb, plus information on peace activities in Japan and across the globe.

  • Panoramic photos of ground zero of the Hiroshima bombing.
    Students can view photos illustrating the devastating effects on Hiroshima of the atomic bomb blast.

  • Peace Forum of Kids' 1000 Paper Cranes Project
    This photo album documents a recent peace forum staged by Japanese primary school students at Sadako's monument in Hiroshima.

  • Remembering Nagasaki
    This site contains photos and eyewitness transcripts.

  • Radiation Reassessed
    Radiation effects are studied and assessed on victims of Chernobyl and Hiroshima.

  • The History Place
    World War II in Europe is explored through the use of a time line, photos, and text.

  • Oral histories of World War II eyewitnesses
    This site offers students interviews of war eyewitnesses.

  • The Rutgers Oral History Archives of World War II
    More than a hundred oral histories about the war have been made available. This site also includes picture galleries.