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Atomic Bomb In 1945 two bombs were dropped on Japan on in Hiroshima and one in Nagasaki Theses bombs marked the end to the worlds largest armed conflict Despite the ghastly effects of such a weapon it offered the best choice for a quick and easy defeat of Japan President Truman who authorized the use of the atomic bomb made a wise decision under the circumstances of the war Fifty years ago this is what people thought Now many people are starting to find out that there might be more to the story than what was originally thought Grant 26 The bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima caused massive amounts of damage and ruined thousands of lives but they saves many more lives by ending the war quickly Many questions pop into the heads of people that might have doubts whether or not the bombings were necessary Such questions might include Why exactly was the bomb dropped Was the second bomb necessary Was Japan about to surrender Was there a way to end the war less savagely Would our current leaders have made the same decision Was any authority opposed to the idea Should we have bombed military bases instead of cities These and many other questions arise Before these are analyzed a brief background on the bombs and the tests are in order ONeal 47 When a man from the Soviet Union successfully split an atom the question of a bomb immediately arose Einstein wrote a letter to President Truman stating that if a bomb was possible then the country to own it would have complete power In light of this information Truman formed an Interim Committee to research the topic and find out if it was possible It was funded by Trumans multi-million dollar personal budget The results came back positive and full financial support was given to the team to start working on it immediately Grant 29 The calculations
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