‚†or ‚ˆanding down W‚v II

@It has been already over 60 years since the last World War was over. And the people who experienced the war are becoming fewer and fewer every year. We are afraid the experiences of the war might be weathering in Japan.

@Therefore, we have tried to put together websites describing the war experiences and the war records by linkage, in a hope to hand the story down to generation to generation,@so that they will not or even think of starting a war of any kind, again.

Japanese version is here.

In Burma 1945 An illustrated story of a Japanese soldier's fight in Burma 1945.
THE LETTERS FROM THE WAR FRONT The letters which were sent to the family from the war front in China by a military officer killed in the battle.
‚j‚`‚l‚h‚j‚`‚y‚d This is a record of the suicidal attack units called the gTokko-taih which the Japanese military developed at the last stage of World War II,
The Japanese In The Aleutians About the Japanese as they occupied the Aleutian islands of Kiska and Attu during WWII
Nagaoka Air Raid : August1,1945 What happened in a local city NAGAOKA, just two weeks before the end of WW II.
Okinawa Prefectual Peace Memorial Museum Statistical material of killed people in Okinawa front, etc.
A Personal Record of Hiroshima A-bomb Survival A memoir of an A-bomb Survival, who witnessed a hell on earth, who lived a hard life with scars deep in his heart, who confessed his experience and inner conflict 46 years after the moment.
PONDERING ON THE ATOMIC BOMBING AT HIROSHIMA A memoir of a person who ‚—as exposed to the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, when he was a high school student.
‚g‚‰‚’‚‚“‚ˆ‚‰‚‚@Storytellers RECORDING (RealVideo) Three Hiroshima storytellers (kataribe) tell their experiences in video.
‚v‚‰‚”‚ˆ working in the telephone exchange On that morning she is working at the Military Headquarters in Hiroshima. The headquarters were underground and built to withstand air raids, so despite the fact that she was very near the epicenter of the bomb she survived.
Testimony of Yasuhiko Taketa, a survivor of Hiroshima Mr. Taketa went to India and Pakistan as a member of a GENSUIUKIN delegation to talk about his experience of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. This is a written version of his testimony.
Hiroshima Peace Site Many materials and data of the damage by A-bomb, with some photos and testimonies.
HIROSHIMA SPEAKS OUT A general site on A-bomb survivors and peace promotion activities presented by Hiroshima citizens
Hiroshima A-bomb Photo Museum Photographs of Hiroshima city soon after A-bomb attack.
Let's study the atomic bomb dropped in Hiroshima @This site was made with the purpose for the children to study the atomic bomb dropped in Hiroshima through the Internet and for them to know further about peace and bring up their " Peace -loving mind".
CG Gallery Historical time at A-bomb Dome Computer Graphics by high school students in Hiroshima.
Voices of the survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki @ Listen to the voices of hibakusha (nuclear bombed victims) on the Internet. Hibakusha vividly tell what happened in@Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Nagasaki A-bomb victim recounts her experiences A Nagasaki atomic bomb victim speaks about her experiences
NAGASAKI JOURNEY The photograghs of disastrous scene of Nagasaki, taken one day after A-bomb attack.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945 The hotographs and the paintings which testifies the disasters of atomic bomb dropped to the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI DISASTERS The photograghs of disastrous scene of Hiroshima and Nagasak. From the site of Tokyo Physicians For Elimination Of Nuclear Weapons
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum Records of the Nagasaki Atomic Bombing with many photos
My Unforgettable Memory The testimonies of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb survivors
Scientific Data of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Disaster This site provides some of the data from Division of Scientific Data Registry(Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, School of Medicine, Nagasaki University) through the Internet.
MARUKI GALLERY FOR HIROSHIMA PANELS In this site, you can see famous Hiroshima Panels, the paintings
of miserable scene destroyed by A-bomb.
Takeda-san Story Project Takeda-san spent five years of his life at war and then four years as a prisoner of war in Siberia. Hisexperience at war left an inelible mark on the rest of his life. But he did not let the war break his spirit. This story ispresented to the world to heighten understanding between people and countries.
The Pictures of internment camps records in USSR A Japanese POW's records in prison camp, located in Ukraine, republic of exUSSR(Allies), where he was kept after World War II.
‚iW‚q‚b@Home Page The homepage of The Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility (JWRC) which is dedicated to fulfilling Japan's responsibility to Asians victimized by Japan during WWII..
A Confession of Vivisection in Wartime "My Wartime Guilt of Vivisections carried out at Military Hospital during Japan's Invasion of China ".A summary of the speech by a former army surgeon .
Tom Pledger's Prisoner of War Diary 1940-45 The diary of an Australian POW, who was taken prisoner by Japanese army in Indonesia and spent POW days on the island of Hainan.
POW Research Network Japan A research to dig out buried histories as regards POW camps in Japan during WWII, including the list of deceased POWs buried at the Yokohama Commonwealth War Cemetery
US-Japan Dialogue on POWs The website to provide people in the U.S. and Japan with the precious opportunity  to learn the history of POWs and unresolved issues of the Pacific War together.
The Oryokumaru Story The story of American POWs loaded into the holds of the Oryokumaru, a Japanese POW "Hell Ship". This story is taken from a legal summary from the War Crimes Trials.

An Image of Osaka Air Raid

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