The Manhattan Project Heritage Preservation Association
provides a comprehensive source of factual information. The organization is committed to providing a thoroughly documented historical research site for the individual desiring to gain a complete understanding of America’s atomic bomb effort during World War II. The information is catalogued and presented in a variety of ways, including high quality digitized photos, digitized images of original documents and newspaper articles, and stories and reminiscences of Manhattan Project veterans. Contains the largest collection of photos (700), documents (110), scientist biographies (115), and newspaper articles (34) on the Internet and gives concise definitions of many little-known operations and terms.