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At fifteen minutes past eight on August 6th 1945 the United States of Americas first atomic bomb hit the city of Hiroshima In attempt to gauge the destruction wrought and to determine the plausibility for a second bombardment a team was sent to determine the degree of success and immediate damage incurred upon both Hiroshima and Japan as a whole After examining these findings it is reccomeded that another bombing is warranted for a quick and decicive victory with minimal Allied casualties Upon entering the city the immediate devastation was vividly apparent -Entire buildings were utterly demolished The walls of typical multi-story buildings including apartment buildings have been completely blown out Huge drops the size of marbles 18 are falling from the sky The drops are from condensed fission particles that sear the skin and are highly radioactive The heat of the initial explosion caused much of the immediate area to spontaneously burst into flames The ground is littered with rubble and debris Of most buildings only foundations remain Many citizens are amazed at the number of houses that are down all around 23 Hiroshima is changed from a busy city of Two hundred and Fourty-Five thousand that morning to a mere pattern of residue in the afternoon 40 This bombs quick and exacting devastation will help us quickly end the war In addition to structural damage there are a great number of injured dying and dead Those closest to the center were killed almost immediately from the extreme heat and pressure of the blast Many survivors compared the initial flash to a sheet of sun 5 Those within four a four square mile radius have recieved one to three degree burns due to the initial flash Some burns were so serious that their skin slips off in glovelike pieces 45 Numerous deaths and injuries also resulted from collapsing buildings and flying debris Also not yet know are the effects of
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