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    During the 20th century, specifically the year 1945, the United States of America had two atomic bombs that the commander and chief, and president at the time, Harry Truman, knew about. President Truman plan was to drop the bombs on two of Japans cities, Hiroshima first and then Nagasaki. Truman’s plans went accordingly, which to this day leads to a very controversial topic on whether or not dropping the atomic bombs was a good or bad thing. There is evidence and reasoning to back up both claims, in

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    The Atomic Bomb

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    United States relation with the Japanese. President Truman decided to take a tougher stance. At this point, United States was debating if they should use the bomb as a demonstration or to directly drop the bomb on to the cities with the elements of surprise. A group of committee was formed to study the question rather to use the atomic bomb to demonstrate the bomb’s power to the world and then give an ultimatum or to use it as element of surprise. For those who have opposed the idea of ultimatum

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    War 2, America dropped 2 atomic bombs on Japan in retaliation for the Japanese bombing Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The first bomb, known as Little Boy, was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 in hopes of the Japanese surrender. This signaled a warning that later catastrophe was to come if Japan does not give in. The second bomb, Fat Man, was dropped on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945 because of Japan’s failure to surrender. America hoped that with the bombs in play, Japan will come

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    The Decision to Drop Atomic Bombs on the Japanese was Correct The decision to drop the atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was certainly justified. Not only did this act swiftly end the war but it showed the Russians who held the upper hand. There was simply no other way to win without dropping the bombs. It was evident at the time that the only way to end the war quickly, as well as establish an advantage over the Russians, was to provide a spectacular demonstration

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    The Atomic Bomb On July 16, 1945, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, the world was forced into a new age. With the first successful testing of the atom bomb humanity demonstrated to itself its own horrifying nature

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    Should We Have Dropped the Atomic Bomb? The atomic bomb killed many innocent people, but it was necessary to end World War II. After World War II began in 1939, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt announced the neutrality of the United States. Many people in the United States thought that their country should stay out of the war. The people wanted the Allied Forces to have the victory. President Roosevelt also wanted an Allied victory because an Axis victory might endanger democracies everywhere

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    did the U.S. use the atomic bomb? The years leading up to World War II and the dropping of the atomic bombs were hectic and disordered, from the rise of Hitler in 1933, U.S. isolationism in 1934, to the death of U.S. President Roosevelt. The war showed no signs of ending and the security and freedom of nations around the world were in danger. Order was nowhere to be found, and the decision to even consider using the atomic bomb was unpreventable. The U.S. used the atomic bomb because it was the only

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    soldiers and sailors lives as possible. As one may well imagine, these officials were willing to use almost any measure to end what had become a fight to the finish against the forces of Imperial Japan. The Germans forced America into manufacturing an atomic bomb that would change the history of the art of war. Many factors played a part in the decision making process to use this new form of mass destruction. Empathy combined with foresight allows you to forecast how others are likely to react or behave

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    Atomic Bomb Dbq

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    The United States of America’s use of the atomic bomb on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki has spurred much debate concerning the necessity, effectiveness, and morality of the decision since August 1945. After assessing a range of arguments about the importance of the atomic bomb in the termination of the Second World War, it can be concluded that the use of the atomic bomb served as the predominant factor in the end of the Second World War, as its use lowered the morale, industrial resources

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    Atomic Bomb DBQ

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    _________. The dropping of an atomic bomb on a single city in Japan seems necessary because it will end the war faster, it will save American lives, and it will prevent Russia or Germany from creating hazardous weapons to use against us such as the atomic bomb. This war has gone on too long. It has brought pain, suffering, and death all over the world for the past years. Millions of people have died in this war and it needs to end. Germany has been conquered, yet Japan remains as a force unwilling

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