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Use the links below to find out background information on Hiroshima. Links include slide shows, pictures, maps, statistics, and accounts of eyewitnesses.
Explore and ponder!
1. Hiroshima Peace Museum Slide Show on Atomic Bomb Damage in Hiroshima - Click on Next to view the slide show.
2. WWW A-Bomb Museum - Information about the Enola Gay, Little Boy and Fat Man and an extensive list of related links. The Voices of A Bomb Survivors links is noteworthy.
3. Check the various media files on this web site. Contains many pictures, graphics, and clear explanations of the effects of the atomic bomb. Explore the other links off of the menu system.
4. Detailed eyewitness accounts of the bombing of Hiroshima.
5. Photography Gallery by Hiromi Tsuchida - View photographs of buildings, people, and artifacts of Hiroshima.
6. The Radiation Effects Research Foundation - Must check directions Scroll down to the Radiation Effects link and check the Frequently Asked Questions to read about research on the effects of radiation on the victims of the bombing.
7. U.S. Dept of Energy Timeline of the Nuclear Age - Click on the Pre-1940’s link and the 1940’s link to find information related to the development of the atomic bomb and the bombing of Hiroshima.
8. Cost of the Manhattan Project - Includes information on the costs of other aspects related to World War II.
9. City of Hiroshima web page - See what the city looks like now and read about efforts to promote peace.
10. What was it like at ground zero? Read this Time Magazine article to find out first hand.
11. Air Force page documenting the controversy that arose around the planning of a Smithsonian exhibition dedicated to the Enola Gay.
12. Inflation Calculator - Scroll down and click on Inflation Calculator
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