The Pros And Cons Of The Atomic Bombs

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The two atomic bombs the United States of America dropped, one on August 6th, 1945 and then, three days later ;the other on August 9th, 1945 destroyed what was left of the Japanese attack. What we did was questionable for some, but in the end we knew it would save American soldier lives, tens of thousands maybe. American lives are worth a hell of a lot more than Jap lives so killing hundreds of thousands of those pukes was the right decision. The atomic bombs the United States of America dropped were the first ever atomic bombs dropped in a combat situation. They changed warfare to how it is today and also has revolutionized how war scientist think and have their products built. These products devastated everything in their path no matter what it was. they both destroyed about ninety percent of the city when they exploded. immediately 80,000 people were killed. Out of that large number of people, most were civilians. War is war and you must do some of the biggest evils to claim victorious. Albert Einstein, a German scientist; was the man who split the atom and that is really what got the atomic bomb into its first stage of building. Einstein worked secretly for the United States which helped us gain the power of being the first country in the world and in history to acquire an atomic bomb.…show more content…
The United States Air Force brought pamphlets to the Japanese cities and war their people that they were going to bomb here. They had the opportunity to leave, but for most of them, they never left…. The japanese mayor of Hiroshima during World War two, sent letters of protest to the United States every time the United States made progress with their nuclear bombs. After the bombing of Hiroshima, the police there were teaching each other how to “duck” the atomic flash. As a result of them practicing this, not a single police officer was killed in the Atomic bomb dropping of

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