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Would I have A - bombed Japan?
first month after V-J Day in Japan, where I could ascertain at first hand both the physical and the psychological state of that country. Leslie Groves, chief of the Manhattan Project). The spring and summer of 1945 saw the Japanese planning and preparing for the Ketsu-Go, or the Decisive Battle for the Homeland (see for a more complete discussion). It is important to note that the bombs werent dropped on civilian targets, but on military targets. A committee chaired by Nobel laureate James Franck urged the United States to demonstrate the new weapon on a barren island. Finally, the second atomic bomb and the declaration of war by Russia made them come to their senses: They had lost the war and it was time to surrender.
This was done out of brutal savagery unknown since the Mongols swept across Asia 600 years before. It was the only way to get the Japanese to stop fighting. This would have resulted horrendous casualties on both sides.
In addition, this was one of the most expensive weapons ever developed, second only to the B-29, and not using it that would cost even one American life was totally unacceptable. The popular position today that the civilians were not part of the war effort is beyond ridiculous. Nevertheless there are plenty of bills.
Another slogan to indoctrinate the warrior spirit was, Duty is weightier than a mountain, but death is lighter than a feather. In my opinion, if the.S. Six out of ten US casualties in the Pacific took place in the last 11 months of the war. Her defeat was certain before the first bomb fell." (Winston Churchill) "The real purpose of building the bomb was to subdue the Soviets." (Gen. Just in the battle for Manila, 1,000 US soldiers died, but the entire garrison of 17,000 Japanese soldiers fought and died to the very last man-and over 100,000 civilians were massacred. Far from being an innocent city full of civilians, the garrison of 40,000 soldiers were doing calisthenics when the bomb exploded and were in fact the largest single group of casualties in the city. This is a very long read over 1300 pages- but is the trial results of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. Leahy" is taken from an essay entitled "Why the atomic bomb wasn't necessary to end the war" by Janet Bloomfield, British Coordinator of the Atomic Mirror and a consultant to the Oxford Research Group in Oxford Michael. Tarawa, out of 3,600 troops, 17 surrendered.
Japan in order to win the war. Especially Japanese would have. Lost their lives than perished.
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