CREATORGriffith, Chris / Rossenfeld, Carrie / Williams, Geoff
TITLEHiroshima and Nagasaki Remembered
DATE ACCESSED11 September 2017

This well-organized, comprehensive website contains narratives of the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II and provides a variety of photographs, documents, film clips, and maps to visually illustrate the destruction they caused. The narrative histories covering the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki discuss the rationale, delivery, and aftermath of the bombs in a readable manner, from the bombs’ creation to the Japanese cities’ development during the latter half of the 20th century. Additionally, the site lists books, biographies, and other online sources related to the topic. The section titled "Historical Documents" provides access to several first-hand accounts and official documents related to the attacks, furthering an understanding of the historical context of the bombs as well as the political and social dilemmas caused by their use. Created to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the atomic bomb attacks, the website is part of the Nuclear Pathways project, the goal of which is to make information on historic and current nuclear issues comprehensible and accessible to students and the general public.

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