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A wise man once said Desperate times call for desperate measuresThis was the case with the dropping of the atomic bombs on JapanExtreme measures which resulted in catastrophic results Almost 100 000casualties On the morning of August 6 1945 the United States ofAmerica dropped the first ever atomic bomb on the Japanese city ofHiroshima Six days later the second atomic bomb hit Nagasaki Howeverthe attack still stands as justified To start with the bombing savedhundreds of thousands of lives on both the American and Japanesesides Furthermore during the second World War the allied prisoners ofwar were treated horrendously by the Japanese and the mistreatmenttherefore resulted in countless American deaths Lastly the dropping ofthe bombs was a a way of making the war come to a close as JapansEmperor Hirohito intended to fight to the last man Thus although theattack resulted in many fatalities the dropping of the atomic bombs wasentirely justified The tide of the war began to see its denouement only after the Alliesdropped their atomic bombs To begin one needs to realize that no oneknows how long a fanatical Japan would have continued if the bombs werenot dropped by the Allied soldiers If the Emperor had decided tofight on the Japanese would have fought to the last man 15 If theAllied soldiers had not have dropped the bombs it is believed thatEmperor Hirohito was willing to give up anything and everything inorder to attain a great victory The possibility of the prolonged warin tern of Emperor Hirohitos mission to succeed would not only resultin more casualties but also the unnecessary usage of resources Thecontinuation of the war not an option Emperor Hirohitos mindset wouldhave killed more Japanese men and women therefore the ultimate surrenderof Japan caused by the atomic bombs was justified Furthermore thedropping of the bombs was one of the only ways to end the second worldwar quickly and effectively The bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasakiwas aimed at bringing the end of
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