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Atomic bomb 
A bomb WWW museum Little Boy is the nick name given to the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on august 6, 1945. It was monday morning. Little Boy was dropped from the Enola Gay, one of the B-29 bombers that flew over Hiroshima on that day
Atom bombs, codes, conferences
Atomic archive explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb - a crucial turning point for all mankind
Atomic Bomb Chronology Atomic bomb information
Atomic Bomb Decision On August 6 and 9, 1945, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by the first atomic bombs used in warfare. Documents on the decision to use the atomic bomb are reproduced here in full-text form
Atomic bombing of Hiroshima an eyewitness report written by Father P. Siemes, a Jesuit priest living near Hiroshima at the time of the atomic bombing. This hitherto unpublished report was handtyped only a few weeks after the bombing, b-29, enola gay
Bound by the Bomb On Aug. 9, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan, effectively ending World War II. That moment forever linked Nagasaki and Hanford, where the plutonium for Fat Man was manufactured. Fifty years later, on Aug. 6, 1995, the Tri-City Herald published a special section looking back at the bomb, Nagasaki and Hanford
Damages caused by atomic bombs
Enola Gay Enola Gay and the bombing of Hiroshima in World War II
Eye-witness accounts of the bombing of Hiroshima the first atomic bomb actually used in war time was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945 killing between 130,000 and 150,000 people by the end of that year
Hiroshima
Hiroshima the atomic bomb named Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima by the Enola Gay, a Boeing B-29 bomber, at 8:15 in the morning of August 6, 1945
Hiroshima A-bomb survival
Hiroshima and Nagasaki little Boy bomb, dropped by the U.S. B-29 Enola Gay, explodes with the force of 15 kilotons of explosive, fatman bomb, dropped by the U.S. B-29 Bock's Car, explodes with the force of 22 kilotons of explosive
Hiroshima photos
Little Boy and Fat Man Little Boy and Fat Man
Manhattan project
Nagasaki Nagasaki
Nagasaki Nagasaki Atomic Bomb MuseumENagasaki's Peace appeals, Nagasaki Peace Declaration, Tourism Information, Restoration work DEJIMA
Nuclearfiles.org Since the advent of the atomic bomb humanity has been threatened with nuclear holocaust. Repeating the mistakes of the past could mean our extinction. The purpose of this timeline is to provide historical perspective, reminding us of where we have been in order that we may achieve a safer and saner future
Nuclear test images a collection of various photographs of atmospheric tests conducted by the United States
Nuclear testing Nuclear weapons tests have been historically broken into categories (by treaties) reflecting in what sort of medium or location the test has been conducted: atmospheric, underwater, and underground
Nuclear weapon archive a guide to nuclear weapons, nuclear weapon, atomic bomb, hydrogen bomb, warhead, H-bomb, A-bomb, nuclear test, thermonuclear, plutonium, uranium, Teller-Ulam, implosion, fission, fusion
President Harry Truman and the atomic bomb
Study of the atomic bomb and World War II
Surviving the atomic attack on Hiroshima, 1945 august 6, 1945 - the sun rose into a clear blue sky over the city of Hiroshima, Japan promising a warm and pleasant day. Nothing in the day's dawning indicated that this day would be any different from its predecessors. But this day would be different, very different. This day would change the world. On this day a single bomb dropped by a single airplane destroyed the city, leading to the end of World War II and introducing mankind to the Atomic Age
The decision to use the atomic bomb on august 6 and 9, 1945, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by the first atomic bombs used in warfare. Documents on the decision to use the atomic bomb are reproduced here in full-text form
The first atomic blast, 1945
The last mission of WWII an eyewitness account of the B-29 mission that really ended WWII
Trinity: the 100 ton test the first nuclear explosion in history took place in New Mexico, at the Alamogordo Test Range, on the Jornada del Muerto (journey of death) desert, in the test named Trinity
 
General overview
Germany's world war II weapons
Giant's eye the glass lens is the magic eye of science; but it is also the giant's eye of modern mechanised war, without which armies would be practically blind
Panzerfaust page the weapons commonly referred to as Panzerfaust are light and cheap yet powerful antitank weapons developed by Germany during the Second World War. The idea was to give the single soldier the ability to knock out tanks in close combat, negating the tank much of its invincibility and reign over infantry
Weapons
Horizontaal
V1 pilotless aircraft & V2 flying bombs one remark: the V1 is not a rocket, it's a pilotless aircraft, a flying bomb, a doodlebug, a buzz bomb, The V2 is a rocket, thanks for the remark (Raymond of Belgium)
German V-1 buzz bomb The 'V' stood for Vergeltungswaffe which meant "vengeance weapon."
German vengeance weapons 1942-45
V1 and V2 rockets
V1 rocket propaganda leaflets
V2 missiles seven German missiles from the rocket development works in Peenemünde crashed in Sweden
V2 rocket V2 rocket
V2rocket.com the V-2 or Aggregat 4, was the first long range ballistic missile to be actively used in combat. This huge German rocket hurtled a one ton warhead 50 miles high and hundreds of miles down range to its target
V-bommenterreur boven Antwerpen in Dutch
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World War II: Tanks - military vehicles 
2nd SS panzer division
Achtung panzer German tanks in world war II
Battle tanks a collection of information and photos of most of  the major tanks of the leading countries from WWII to the present time
Designs developed by Germany during World War II
Jagdtiger.de pictures of preserved WWII vehicles and gear, world war II tanks and vehicles, Kubinka, Aberdeen, Sinsheim, Munster, Bovington, Sherman, Tiger, Panther, T-34, Panzer
German tanks of world war 2
Military photography & research military vehicles
Panzer battles
Panzer colours photos from various German World War II armored vehicles in their original paint schemes
Panzerace.net
Polish armoured formations of 1939
Polish FT-17
Pzkfw VI tiger de panzerkampfwagen VI was een tank die behoort tot de categorie zware tanks, in Dutch
Red Steel: devoted to Soviet armour the former USSR and its armored forces, the Soviet tanks from the early 1930's to famous tank designs like the Iosif Stalin series
Russian military zone website, devoted to the Soviet tank development of the World War two, Lend-Lease tanks, battles, artillery, soldiers at war
Shermans Sherman encyclopedia
Sherman tank Sherman tank
Story about a tank commander who destroyed 258 enemy vehicles, but he never was awarded the Knights Cross
Tank research
Tanks in world war 2 informations and pictures of tanks, guns, halftracks etc. from the period since World War 2
Tiger I photo's
Tracked fighting vehicles
Wheeled fighting vehicles armoured cars
World War II vehicles vehicles, their history (with some photos), and their specifications

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