New York City was a center for Manhattan Project research, which allowed the United States to execute the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.
A Cold War-era public broadcast intended as public education in civilian defense announced the dropping of an atomic bomb in the Bronx
Untapped Cities founder Michelle Young marks the 68th Anniversary of the Hiroshima atomic bomb with this Q&A about her grandfather, who was a survivor.
NukeMap is a website by nuclear historian Alex Wellerstein that allows you to simulate the impact of nuclear bombs on cities all over the world.
A statue of Shinran Shonin, which survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, was brought to the U.S. in 1955 and watches over a quiet section of New York City's Upper West Side.
Untapped Cities founder Michelle Young recounts the story of her grandfather's survival of the Hiroshima atomic bomb.