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Nagasaki - Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Atomic bombing of Nagasaki on August 9, 1945. An immortalized, abstractive image.

Inconvenient History is now in its fifth year of publication.  We have published over 128 articles of hard-hitting historical truth.  Clearly Inconvenient History (IH) is here to stay, but we can really use your help.

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Your donation now can help pay for our various expenses associated with running our Website.  Today IH thrives based on the hard work and efforts of a small but dedicated band of volunteers.

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