The Peace Learning Archive in OKINAWA lets its users read 102 testimonials by survivors of the Battle of Okinawa, and to view 182 photographs and archived maps. Several digital archives are multi-layered on the Google Earth map to facilitate multilateral and comprehensive understanding of the Battle.
Himeyuri Peace Museum / ひめゆり平和記念資料館(ENG and JPN versions)
During the battle of Okinawa, two girls' schools, 222 students and 18 teachers were mobilized to the Okinawa Army Field Hospital in Haebaru Town. As a result, 136 of them lost their lives. After the war, the group of students and teachers who were mobilized from the two girls' schools came to be called the "Himeyuri Student Corps." On June 23, 1983, the Himeyuri Peace Museum was established by the Himeyuri alumnae.
Central Intelligence Agency, A master narratives approach to understanding base politics in Okinawa. January 5, 2012. (PDF)