Numerous people claim to have contributed something new to our understanding of Hiroshima, as well as its aftermath. However, major volumes dedicated to thinking freely and imaginatively about the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki are rare. Certainly, there have been very few, if any, concerted attempts to interpret Hiroshima anew and from a range of different perspectives as contributors do in this special issue of Critical Military Studies.︎

Co-editors: N.A.J. Taylor︎ and Robert Jacobs (Hiroshima City University)︎
Key output: a special issue︎