The Nagasaki Archive is a website that combines Google Earth with a boatload of data on the bombing of Nagasaki, including photos of survivors and the locations of destroyed buildings, to great effect. [Nagasaki Archive via Japan Probe]
Google Earth Used To Showcase Nagasaki A-Bomb Info
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