Japansk by med 421.000 indbyggere under anden verdenskrig.
USA kastede i 1945 den anden plutonium atombombe over byen, hvorved en tredjedel af byen ødelagdes. Professor Saeo Kamada grundlægger organisationenerne the Association of testamony of Atomic Bombs Victims, Movement for Recording the Testamonies of Atomic Bomb Survivors og Association for Supporting Foreign Atomic Bombs Victims in Nagasaki, the Association of Aiding Non-Japanese Victims of the Atomic Bomb, som hjælper koreanske atombombeofre med at blive behandlet i Japan. I 1997 oprettes Nagasaki Peace Institute også af professor Saeo Kamada. Fredsmuseer: Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, Nagasaki Peace Museum, Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for Atomic Bombs Victims.
The City of Nagasaki issued the Nagasaki Peace Declaration since 1948 except in 1950.
The full text of the Declaration in 2006 is available in Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Korean and Russian at
and the past Declarations in English since 1993 at
Se også: Hiroshima.


Mick Broderick and David Palmer, "Australian, British, Dutch and U.S. POWs: Living under the shadow of the Nagasaki Bomb", The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 13, Issue 32, No. 4, August 10, 2015. -
'David Palmer’s timely opinion piece in The Melbourne Age on 6 August 2015 draws attention to the little remembered history of scores of Australian and other allied POWs who were held as slave labourers in Japanese war industries in Nagasaki before and at the time of the atom bombing. Aspects of this neglected history also form a major component of my recent multi-screen, hyper-visualisation exhibition “Fading Lights: Australian POW and BCOF Troops in Japan 1945-52” (, co-curated with Stuart Bender (Curtin University).'

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