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It began in the desert of New Mexico on July 16 1945 with the first US atomic test called Trinity The device was comprised of 19300 tons of TNT explosive There was an intense light that brightened the distant mountains a sudden wave of heat and then a tremendous roar as the shock wave echoed in the valley Bolt 1 This was the first atomic test recorded in the history of the world The man who invented the atomic bomb was physicist Albert Einstein Two months after Einsteins incredible invention the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan One bomb was nicknamed Little Boy which killed 70000 people including soldiers of the second Japanese Army in a town called Hiroshima The second bomb which was called the Fat Man killed about 39000 persons in Nagasaki on August 15 Bolt2 The use of mass destruction proves its point when it takes the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocent people These two bombs opened the gates to the Nuclear age throughout the history of the world Countries like Russia India the United States and Great Britain are currently developing more deadly atomic bombs in case of war The lives of millions of innocent people will be at risk This is why we should fully understand the effects of the use of atomic bombs on mankind and the deadly repercussions such bombs will have on the future survival of our planet A man by the name of Albert Einstein first invented the Atomic Bomb during the late thirties and early forties This was a time where the United States was involved in one of the worst wars ever recorded World War Two Hitler who lead the German army died later in the war was nicknamed the Devil himself Bolt 5 After Germany was finally defeated Japan continued on fighting As a result on December 7 1941 in Pearl Harbor a fleet of Japanese fighter pilots raided
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