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The horrors caused by the destructive atomic bomb were immediate and still remain today reminders of the deadly and unnecessary mistake Immediately after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima 70000 Japanese were instantly killed the same numbers instantly injured More slaughter was committed when the A-bomb was dropped on Nagasaki three days later Death tolls were massive yet less than Hiroshima 40000 Japanese were instantly killed and 60000 injured The destruction of the A-bomb reached far beyond the 2 fateful days in August Several thousand more deaths were caused by the radiation from the ill stricken mushroom cloud Radiation related diseases plagued families for generations Even children who didnt exist during the bombing were effected with cancerous diereses such as leukaemia Proof of the damage from radiation can be found in the death tolls for 1950 340000 in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Every political economical and social institution was effected by the A-bomb Politically Japanese lost control of their government to the American military whos goals of occupation were to destroy Japanese militarism and create a strong democratic state Once defeated by this deadly bomb Japan lost its emperor and traditional warrior values Socially the grief from the destruction of the atomic bomb was immeasurable- it expanded outside the borders of Japan to the hearts of the entire world Not only did grief exist but the atomic bomb also laid guilt on the citizens of the United States for the destruction of so many lives Economically an aggressive rebuilding program was necessary to recover the damage of the bombing four square miles in Hiroshima and three square miles in Nagasaki Within the four square miles destroyed by the bomb in Hiroshima 480000 buildings out of a total of 76000 were completely demolished Much more was destroyed by the raging fires lasting several days after the bombing After the atomic bomb it took a long time for the Japanese to regain a powerful world
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