Sites in Nuclear History
Atomic Bomb Cinema : A clip gallery of atomic related films and some print material.
Atomic Bomb Decision Pathfinder : A finding aid to print, media and electronic sources about the decision from Rhodes College.
Atomic Bomb Decision : Gene Dannen. Documents relating to the decisions to drop the atomic bomb.
Atomic Bomb Survivors' Medical Care and Epidemiology: "This study [is]aimed to epidemiologically analyze the incidence of oncogenetic mutations in malignancies from A-bomb survivors in compared with those from others and detect specific molecules associated with tumorigenesis in A-bomb survivors."
"The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima" by Father P. Siemes
A-Bomb WWW Museum by A-Bomb WWW Project.
Atomic Films: CONELRAD 100
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: A report on nuclear proliferation.
CBW Educational Module: The CBW module improves your knowledge and understanding of non-proliferation in general and CBW non-proliferation in particular.
Chronological Table of Nuclear Weapons: This table was primarily compiled in Japanese by Masaaki Koarashi and then translated into English for Tokyo Physicians for Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
CNN Quick Time Movie August 10, 1996 : Rare film documents devastation at Hiroshima
"Fifty years from Trinity," Seattle Times Newspapers in Education
Hiroshima Calling: Photobook by Paul Quayle, a photographer based in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945: "In this directory you can find photographs and paintings which testifies the disasters of atomic bomb dropped to the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945."
The Hiroshima Archive: "Inspired by the photographic work "Hiroshima" by Japanese artist Hiromi Tsuchida, The Hiroshima Archive was originally set up to join the on-line effort made by many people all over the world to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing. The archive is intended to serve as a research and educational guide to those who want to gain and expand their knowledge of the atomic bombing." This website was developed by Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Hiroshima International Council for Health Care of the Radiation-exposed (HICARE): "Prompted by the Chernobyl and other radiation accidents, HICARE was established in 1991 in order to make good use of the experience and knowledge of these physicians and researchers for the radiation-exposed people in the world."
"Hiroshima" Was it Necessary? By Doug Long
"A Hiroshima Who's Who" By Doug Long
Hiroshima, Japan (CNN): "Rare footage of the aftermath of the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima has now been made available to the world -- three years after it was discovered by accident in a Tokyo film vault."
Japan Focus: Japan Focus presents writings about Japan, Japan in Asia and the world, as well as Japanese and international perspectives on contemporary Japanese politics, economics, society, and culture. It offers translations from Japanese, reprints of important English language texts, and Japan Focus originals.
The Memoir of Mrs.Terao: A Personal Record of Hiroshima A-bomb Survival by Takeharu Terao.
Nagasaki Journey: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: The UCR/California Museum of Photography presented this exhibit September 16 through November 19, 1995.
The National Atomic Museum (Soon to be renamed the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History)
Reaching Critical Wall - Reaching for a Critical Mass of Political Will for Nuclear Disarmament : "An initiative from the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom that started in 1999 with a single focus: to increase the quality and quantity of non-governmental organization preparation for and participation in the 2000 Review of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty... Since then, the initiative has expanded to provide primary resources and information around other disarmament fora, namely the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, and the General Assembly First Committee which is focused on Disarmament and International Security."
Remembering Nagasaki: exhibit featured at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA
Sadako and the Thousand Cranes: Seventh grade web-based social studies curriculum about the development and use of nuclear energy, in general, and the atom bomb, specifically.
The Sunflower: The Sunflower is a monthly e-newsletter providing educational information on nuclear weapons abolition and other issues relating to global security.
Scientific Data of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Disaster: Index for scientific-based information from Nagasaki University.
Western States Legal Foundation: Health and Environmental Effects of Nuclear Technologies