Online References

LinkTitleAuthorYear of The Peoples’ Tribunal on the Dropping of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and NagasakiThe Peoples’ Tribunal on the Dropping of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki16 July 2007 Opinions,
Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons
International Court of Justice8 July 1996 and Nagasaki Anniversary: a Call to DisarmKatherine Iliopoulos, an international lawyer based in The Hague, Netherlands.n/a“U.S. and Japanese apologies for war crimes could pave way for nuclear disarmament,” Special to the Japan Times, 5 February 2014.Yuki Tanaka5 February 2014 Hiroshima changed the world, but it didn’t end WWII, Los Angeles Times, 26 May 2016.Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick26 May 2016 Deeper Meaning of HiroshimaJohn D. Montgomery, Ford Foundation professor of international studiesApril 2000 anniversary time to renew commitment to disarm – top UN officialsUnited Nations6 August 2009“The Atomic Bombing, The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal and the Shimoda Case: Lessons for Anti-Nuclear Legal Movements,” The Asia-pacific Journal, Vol. 7, Issue 44, No.3, 2 November 2009.Yuki Tanaka, Research Professor, Hiroshima Peace Institute and Richard Falk, professor emeritus of international law and practice at Princeton University.2 November 2009“Reflections 68 Years On: How to Address an Irresponsible State,” The Asia-pacific Journal (Originally written in Japanese for a local audience in 2013.)Yuki Tanaka2013 case (Compensation claim against Japan brought by the residents of Hiroshima and Nagasaki)
(Source: Hanrei Jiho, vol. 355, p. 17; translated in The Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 8, 1964, p. 231.)
Tokyo District Court7 December 1963 of the Interim Committee (on the Military Use of the Atomic Bomb), 31 May 1945The National Security Archive, George Washington University31 May 1945 Atomic Bombings ReconsideredBarton T. Bernstein, Foreign Affairs, January/ February 19951995“Debate over how to use the bomb,” The Manhattan Project; an interactive historyUS Department of Energy, Office of History and Heritage ResourcesLate Spring 1945 Henry Stimson’s diary and papers: Part 1 (Dec. 31, 1944 – April 11, 1945)Excerpts of Sec. of War Henry Stimson’s dairy and papers1944 and 45, Henry L.  "The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb.” Harper’s Magazine.  194 (February 1947):  98-101.Stimson, Henry L. February 1947“Statement by President Truman” (The first announcement after the Hiroshima bombing)Original source: Department of State Bulletin, 19456 August 1945“How Henry Stimson bombed Hiroshima, and Nagasaki too” (This article appeared in the March 12, 1999 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.)Stu Rosenblatt12 March 1999 Military Leaders Urge President Truman not to Drop the Atomic Bomb.
Originally from Doug Long's website: The Decision the Atomic Bomb,
Testimonies of US military leadersn/a“Hiroshima,” The New Yorker, John Hersey, August 31, 1946 issue.John Hersey31 August 1946
NHK Peace ArchivesNHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)n/a Peace Media CenterChugoku Newspapern/a Kondo: Relaying the Torch of Peace
A Historic Presidential Visit, One Year On Hibakushas’ Stories (Part 2)
NHKn/a Diplomacy, Office of the Historian, US Government.
(US official view on Hiroshima)
US Governmentn/a“Eamonn McCann: Hiroshima was a crime against humanity,” Irish Times, 6 August 2015.
(The article includes facts as to how an inconvenient truth was suppressed.)
Eamonn McCann, Irish Times6 August 2015 Peace Memorial Museum
(Japanese only)
Hiroshima Cityn/a Peace Memorial Museum, Peace Database (including Survivors Testimonials)Hiroshima Cityn/a