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Search and Use Materials

The Museum’s collection are available from the following sources.

 

Peace Database

The public database consists of the collections of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum including A-bombed artifacts and peace-related materials.  

 

〔URL〕http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/database/index_e.html 

 

【Materials in the database】

1. A-bombed artifacts

2. Artistic pieces created in prayer for peace

3. A-bomb-related-films

4. Survivor testimonies

5. Photos

6. A-bomb drawings

7. Audio materials related to Hiroshima

8. A-bomb-related books

9. A-bomb-related magazines

 

Note: The Peace Database provides information about the procedures on how to use the images of the materials.

 

Library

In the Museum’s Library, located on the basement level 1 of the East Building, visitors can learn about the A-bomb and peace through various materials such as books, magazines, and video testimonies on DVD.

 

Loan/Donation of the Materials for the A-bomb Exhibit and Peace Education

We lend out the materials for exhibitions and peace learning programs to institutes, non-profit organizations and individuals who are willing to use them to disseminate the facts of the A-bomb damage and to raise peace consciousness. Some of the materials may de donated to those planning continued use.

 

Screening Videos about the A-bomb and Peace

The Museum provides DVDs and videos about the A-bomb and peace to visitors who wish to watch them in the meeting rooms.

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