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The biggest and bloodiest war ever fought on the face of the earth World War II was coming to a deadly end The allied forces were starting to run out of options and resources The United States of America decided to unleash the most destructive force they had the power of the atom Many supporters of the Atomic Bomb say that even though it killed thousands in Japan it saved millions more everywhere else For the number of supporters of the bomb there were that many more skeptics that believed the atom bomb would never work Some reasons that contributed to this theory were that it was so complex that someone working on it made a mistake somewhere One of the major skeptics of the atomic bomb was Albert Einstein himself which made many more people become skeptical Hiroshima 1998 The pilot that dropped the atomic bomb was Colonel Paul Tibbets of the 509th Bomber squadron James Chan Hiroshima 1997 and he was flying the Enola Gay which was named after his mother and was a B-29-45-MD Super fortress Peter Wyden Day One 1984 It was 245 AM when the Enola Gay took off after it got going it was flying at a ground speed of 330 MPH The flight was going to take six and a half hours until they reached Hiroshima on the Honshu Island on Japan US National Archives Hiroshima 1999 Even though the crew knew their destination Hiroshima their target the iota T-bridge and that they were dropping a bomb they didnt know that it was an atomic bomb that would take out almost the entire city Peter Wyden Day One 1984 The name of the Bomb was named the Little Boy and it weighed 10000 lbs 1375 of that was pure Uranium When the bomb detonated the Uranium split into two and it started a fission chain reaction Hiroshima 1998 The fireball created by the bomb was equal to six
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