atomic bomb

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American History

 

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Ronald M

 

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March 26, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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According to the city of Hiroshima, as of August 6, 2004, the cumulative death toll of atomic-bomb victims was 237,062, but it remains uncertain how many of them exactly died of the effects of the bombing. What was America's purpose? The Manhattan Project had originally been conceived as a counter to Nazi Germany's atomic bomb program, and with the defeat of Germany...
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But instead, several hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed, and the target areas were known to be heavily populated by civilians.Those who had not been killed wish they were dead as they laid in agony from burns. "After the blast I then realized that my bike had been bent out of shape and that the skin on my back was peeling off like rags," Sumiteru Taniguchi stated...
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