The City of Hiroshima
The city's website provides information on war memorials and peace declarations. Included are Hiroshima civic organizations, museums and town development guides.
Radiation Effects Research Foundation
The research institution studies the health effects of radiation in the survivors of atomic bombs.
Hiroshima Photo Gallery
Japanese photographer Hiromi Tsuchida captures the aftermath in Hiroshima - check out pictures of survivors and monuments.
The Avalon Project: Hiroshima and Nagasaki
A comprehensive site on the number of casualties, the aftermath and types of long-term injuries suffered from atomic bombs. Be sure to check out the Manhattan Project Investigating Group - these Americans were sent to Hiroshima and Nagasaki one month after the bomb to report on the devastation.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
The museum's official site pays tribute to the city and its victims - included are resources for the abolition of nuclear weapons and Hiroshima's recovery, and educational materials for kids.
Prey from Peace City, Hiroshima
A visual history of the bombing and aftermath in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony
Every year Hiroshima hosts a memorial ceremony to honor those who were lost in the atomic bombing. The site includes the ceremony's program, date and location.
Hiroshima Live Project
Obtain pictures, videos and audio files of past Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremonies.
A-Bomb WWW Museum
Go to the bottom of the page for a detailed history of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima. The "Hiroshima Today" section interviews children and citizens about their knowledge of the A-bomb.
Voice of Hibakusha
Eyewitness accounts (interview transcripts) of the bombing in Hiroshima are catalogued here.
The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
Documents and speeches from the Truman administration are organized by dates and topics. The library focuses on the President's decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.