America's Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

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America

 

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Doris C

 

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August 12, 2017

 

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Soldiers would either die in combat, or commit suicide in order to prevent capture. During the battle of Okinawa, of the 117,000 Japanese soldiers stationed on the island, only 7,000 were left alive. On April 6-7 alone, 355 planes participated in kamikaze missions. In more extreme forms, dying honorably would consist of, “the training of young children to be ‘Sherman carpets...
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In more extreme forms, dying honorably would consist of, “the training of young children to be ‘Sherman carpets.’ Japanese children were to be strapped with TNT and throw themselves under American tanks thereby dying in the most honorable way possible- by killing the enemy.” By using such radical forms of resistance, it is therefore highly conceivable that the number of Japanese killed would greatly outnumber the American total if fighting had been prolonged...
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