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It was the year of 1945 when the US and its Allies were in War with the country of Japan Japan had previously attacked the United States Naval Forces in Pearl Harbor which had resulted in a big loss to the US This event had led to the beginning of a War between the two and some of the US Allies Japan was trying to take control of a lot of the land in the East and was battling for land control The book written by Herbert Feis talks about the time era in which the US tried to make Japan during 1945 unconditionally surrender its power to the them which then led to the Atomic Bomb-S1 usage upon Japans pride to surrender In the book the author tries to tell us that the use of the Atomic Bomb couldve been prevented if other agreements wouldve taken place between the two Countries It also talked about how the second bomb that was used was unnecessary and shouldve have never been dropped but the US Government said that is was dropped to make a clear statement to Japan The whole reason the President and General MacArthur agreed the bomb would benefit the US is that it would make Japan surrender unconditionally to the US and could save lives of the US Military from fighting a longer War Japan would not agree on the surrender terms written in Potsdam Declaration because they did not want their Emperor to fall out of a Dynasty that was to be created Then the US and its Allies such as the Germans USSR and China all gathered for a meeting with the US informing them all that they were building a new weapon that was going to used on Japan to end war early They told the Allies that the weapon would be ready early August and that one was ready to be tested on open grounds in New Mexico
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