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1   Link   Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wikipedia's entry for the atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. A great starting point for information.
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2   Link   Hiroshima Peace Memorial Musuem
The official site of the Hiroshima Peace Museum
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3   Link   Nagasaki City - Atomic Bomb Website
Nagasaki City's website on the Atomic Bomb. Includes Nagaskai Atomic Bomb Museum.
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4   Link   The Manhattan Project
The history of the Manhattan Project.US Department of Energy (DOE) website.
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5   Link   Remembering Nagasaki
A pictorial featuring the photos of Nagasaki by Yosuke Yamahata. WARNING Some of these photos are very distressing.
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6   Link   Photographs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Photo Museum of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on Japan's Congress against A and H Bombs (Gensuikin) website
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7   Link   Hiroshima & Nagasaki Remembered
A collection of media related to the atomic bombings. US National Science Digital Library.
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8   Link   The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima
An eyewitness account by Father Johannes Siemes.
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9   Link   The Effects of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
United States Strategic Bombing Survey.
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10   Link   Japan Peace Museum
In Japanese. The gallery has some great pictures.
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Newsflash

IMMEDIATE USE 27JAN 2016
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THREE MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT: WORLD TEETERS ON THE BRINK BUT DOES ANY POLITICIAN OR ANYONE UNDER 30 KNOW OR CARE?

 
At the most recent annual Doomsday Clock press-conference, held in Washington, the nobel-prizewinner-heavy advisers of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, itself founded by Einstein and Oppenhiemer in the 1940s, revealed that it had been decided to keep the hands of its iconic and symbolic 'Doomsday Clock' at three minutes to midnight. This is bad news for civilisation and humans as a species.