Students access photos and information about the atomic bombs dropped
on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Dozens of photos of the devastation of Hiroshima are on display.
This directory features a bibliography and historical, artistic, military,
and literary links about the city.
The Project offers information about the annual Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Ceremony and peace-related information.
Contains information on the destructive nature of nuclear weapons
and the atomic bomb, plus information on peace activities in Japan
and across the globe.
photos of ground zero of the Hiroshima bombing.
Students can view photos illustrating the devastating effects on Hiroshima
of the atomic bomb blast.
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.
This site contains photos and eyewitness transcripts.
Radiation effects are studied and assessed on victims of Chernobyl
World War II in Europe is explored through the use of a time line,
photos, and text.
histories of World War II eyewitnesses
This site offers students interviews of war eyewitnesses.
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.