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The bombing of Hiroshima by the United States was retaliation to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941 The US wanted to make an example of Japan so they dropped the most powerful bomb they had not fully knowing what kind of devastation it would cause Many people lost their lives and an entire city was economically devastated Nuclear proliferation should be banned in order to prevent other countries from suffering the death and destruction like that of Hiroshima Governments around the world have the power to regulate what kind of warfare is used during battle However by permitting the use of the atomic bomb many innocent civilians are killed Proponents of nuclear armament argue that one massive show of force results in fewer casualties overall compared to prolonged ground war but the use of the bomb is still inhumane In the case of Hiroshima staticians said that at least 100000 people had lost their lives and 37245 had been injured Although the use of nuclear proliferation is often used to set an example for the rest of the world it causes intense suffering and death to many innocent civilians Although many governments use atomic warheads to protect their own citizens from harm the survivors of these atomic bombs are permanently affected The effects of the bomb cause damage to physical health as well as emotions Thousands of people suffer from severe burns which leave terrible koloid scars Others have broken bones and many thousands more suffer from nausea and fatigue due to extreme radiation exposure Many became very bitter as a result of seeing such death and destruction Lastly thousands of homes and business are destroyed resulting in a decline in the economy Many people would be left homeless or living in shelters These people would not be able to get back on their feet because they would all be out of jobs because there would be no businesses After
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