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Bombs Away If anyone that lived during World War 2 was asked how the war ended their response would surely be the atom bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki There was only one sure way to end the war with Japan and one option by unleashing an unknown fury known as the atom bomb And it is safe to say that this had worked because no more than a month after Japan was bombed they surrendered No other method of ending the war could have been as successful as the bombing and president Harry Truman knew that There was no convincing to be done and an invasion would have been useless and would have killed more than lost with the bombings because the war surely would have reached a peak in battling and would have lengthened the course of the war without a doubt Clearly the atom bombs unmatched power was what had to be done How can anyone come to the conclusion that the dropping of the bombs was a travesty and killed lives that didnt need to be killed Japan lost almost two million people during the war and yes one tenth of the deaths were civilian and as a result of the bombings But this was war and the United States had to make the point that they were on the upper hand in the war and that any further fighting would only lead to more Japanese and American deaths And all the Germans got was a mere slap on the wrist if that for the horrible events that took place during the holocaust What is a worse and more pointless death radiation poisoning as a post-bomb effect or the entering of dish soap into ones bloodstream for medical knowledge How can the Germans deserve no punishment from their victims yet the Japanese still remember that event as a mistake we made Clearly the Japanese werent listening to what we
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