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hIROSHIMA PRO The dropping of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima on August 6 1945 was a very devastating period in time It changed many lives of civilians and families All though many people died and suffered because of the bomb I believe that it was necessary In other word I am considered to be PRO about the whole incident What started the war was the fact that the Japanese bombed pearl harbor on December 7 1941 it had been a surprise attack on the major US base That basically set the United States off and they decided to counter attacked by using an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima The bomb wiped out 68 of the whole city and 60000 to 70000 people were killed or reported missing after the bomb had dropped The bomb had been very expensive to construct and took 200000 people to help construct it in result of all this many people had been losing jobs The bomb itself cost 5 billion dollars so the US was definitely worked up to try it out Another reason why they used it was that they didnt want the Japanese to think that they were not going to use the bomb and not going to get back at them for destroying Pearl Harbor What had been quoted by Harry S Truman that also led to me being Pro was that he said The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima a military base We won the race of discovery against the Germans We have used it in order to shorten the agony of war in order to save the lives of thousands and thousands of young Americans We shall continue to use it until we completely defeat japans power to make war Basically all it meant was that if we never dropped the bomb thousands and thousands more people would have died on both
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