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As situations developed and progress on the atomic bomb continued to increase, Truman felt that a Russian invasion of Japanese territory might not be necessary. It was quite apparent, in fact, to many world leaders that the United States did not want Russian intervention once work on the atomic bomb had been completed...
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In fact, Prime Minister Winston Churchill has been quoted writing: "?It is quite clear that the United States do not at the present time desire Russian participation in the war against Japan" (Document E). As World War II came to a closure, two new superpowers emerged: the United States and the Soviet Union...
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