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World War II The Effects On a Nation Great events have happened The World is forever changed and it is time for sober thought - Henry Stimson Trumans Secratary of War said this after the events of World War II World War II was one of the most contriversal events in military and political history The events that led to its beginning and end were historic in their own rights From the sudden death of Franklin D Rooseevlt to the rise of Harry Truman many suprises were in store The Manhattan Project was one of the biggest government secerets in United States government history World War II was one of the most dramatic and traumatic times in world history The war had been going on for two years It had started with Geramnys invasion of Poland The US had not been involved until December 7 1941 when a group of Japanese bombers attcked a US naval base in Pearl Harbor Hawaii The United States was now in full out war but not with just one part of the world but two They were fighting against Hitler and the Axis powers in Europe and against the Japanese in the Pacific With the war waging on political leaders began to ask if it would be possible to use the power of the atom to create a bomb They didnt want some little bomb which would cause a few deaths but they wanted a bomb that would cause mass destruction and the enemies to surrender So in 1942 the United States made the desicion to begin the develoment of the worlds first atomic weapons During that year an important step forward in the production of these weapons was takin Dr Enrico Fermi and a group of scientists who were working at the University of Chicago created the first controlled chain reaction In September of 1942 the development of
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