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View Resource Alsos

Hosted by Washington and Lee University and funded by the National Science Foundation, the Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues Web site has as a goal to provide a wide range of annotated references for the study of nuclear issues. The site contains annotated references to resources that offer a "broad, balanced perspective on current and historical topics relating to nuclear issues." Alsos...
View Resource National Atomic Museum

This Web site features the United States' only congressionally chartered museum of nuclear science and history, the National Atomic Museum. Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the museum illustrates assorted applications of nuclear energy in today's society. Educators will find a guide to Exhibit Adventures such as the Forces of Flight and the Manhattan Project. The Historical Perspective section...
View Resource The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II : A Collection of Primary Sources

In timely fashion, the National Security Archive has released another of one of its well-devised electronic briefing books for consideration by the general public. This particular book is edited by William Burr and contains 77 declassified US government documents on the atomic bomb and the end of the war in the Pacific theater of operations. As the site notes, "Interested readers can see for...