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Hiroshima The first most powerful bomb which is called the atom bomb was dropped on August 6 1945 In a city located in Japan called Hiroshima With these facts and the information ive read from this one book called Hiroshima I have a very strong opinion which I will speak of now I think that the atomic bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima was a petty childish way of trying to win a war It was inhuman so horrible that anyone whom lived through it would most likely be traumatized for the rest of their living lives I dont think what the Americans did was very right at all If they wanted a war not that war is a way to solve anything then they should have fought the old fashioned way Rather than ruining so many peoples lives Atomic bombs are not something that should even be in existence but they are Theres really nothing we can do about them because of the more powerful people in this world They find this extraordinary weapons to be their only defense But I think its pathetic They go off an kill so many people and wounded the rest They brought many cities to destruction and cost them millions of dollars to rebuild You just cant toy with peoples lives like that I think it should be illegal If they wanted to harm certain people then fight it out with them Dont kill innocent peoples lives If they knew the enormous danger and effects of this new bomb then they shouldnt have done it Perhaps they could have found a different way to finish this all Critical Appraisal- Z for Zachariah and Hiroshima In my personal opinion Z for Zachariah could have been a bit more accurate in which ways they made the radiation affect people First off in Hiroshima which was a true story not all the people died from the radiation yes they
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