Hiroshima Archive

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It has been 70 years since atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and all the remaining A-bomb survivors will have died out in the coming decades. This means that those people who from their own experience have the strongest desire for peace and a nuclear-free world will be lost. Extending the mission of the “Nagasaki Archive”, which was published on the web in 2010, the “Hiroshima Archive” has been produced in 2011 by melding a large amount of materials accumulated over 66 years with the latest Internet technologies, with a view to passing on the experiences and messages of A-bomb survivors to future generations.

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HiroshimaArchive

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1940-present

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Hiroshima Archive

Description

It has been 70 years since atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and all the remaining A-bomb survivors will have died out in the coming decades. This means that those people who from their own experience have the strongest desire for peace and a nuclear-free world will be lost. Extending the mission of the “Nagasaki Archive”, which was published on the web in 2010, the “Hiroshima Archive” has been produced in 2011 by melding a large amount of materials accumulated over 66 years with the latest Internet technologies, with a view to passing on the experiences and messages of A-bomb survivors to future generations.

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HiroshimaArchive

Geolocation

Comments

Allowed tags: <p>, <a>, <em>, <strong>, <ul>, <ol>, <li>

HiroshimaArchive.png

Date Coverage

1940-present

Collection

Custodian