Local Man Creates WW2 Air Raid Devastation Website
Pictured the Edo Tokyo Museum
"Once you begin learning the details of what people experienced, rightwing or leftwing political beliefs, historical sensibilities, even nationalities don't really matter anymore," said Bret Fisk, 37.
Former Kevin`s English Schools teacher Fisk has created a very interesting,
historical website by interviewing World War 2 survivors.
Website to document air-raid devastation
Online archive will feature historical accounts of the suffering of ordinary Japanese during World War II
By TAKAHIRO FUKADA
A digital archive of information about the air raids on Japan during World War II is being prepared for launch in late November by two Americans who believe more English-speaking people should have a better idea of how ordinary Japanese suffered.