This exhibit focuses on the periods directly before and after the detonation of "Fat Man" and "Little Boy" on Japan in August of 1945. The areas of insight focus on the reasonings placed before the world for dropping the atomic bombs, as well as the modes of production and development that were key to creating Atomic weaponry. The final stage in this exhibit will explore the widespread destruction of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The historical characters behind the creation and development of the Atomic bomb over the course of the Manhattan project played piviotol roles in the reshaping of modern warfare. In Hanford, Washington, the initial run of plutonium was produced in the B-Reactor. This research takes a look at the health and safety of Hanford Nuclear Site workers during plutonium production for atomic weapons in the 1940s. In addition, how the workers were affected by strict secrecy standards and safety procedures set in place by the U.S. government in the day-to-day handling of radioactive materials on the site.