Dropping the Atomic Bombs: An irresponsible Decision

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American History

 

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Renee R

 

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March 21, 2017

 

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Although thousands of Japanese were without food and homes, Japan refused to surrender. By mid-July two events occurred that enormously influenced America's decision to drop two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The first was the Potsdam Conference in Germany. During that conference, President Harry S Truman mentioned to "the allied rival" Joseph Stalin about a powerful new weapon; Stalin encouraged the usage of any weapon that would hasten the end of the war...
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The first was the Potsdam Conference in Germany. During that conference, President Harry S Truman mentioned to "the allied rival" Joseph Stalin about a powerful new weapon; Stalin encouraged the usage of any weapon that would hasten the end of the war. Towards the end of the conference, Japan was given an ultimatum which Japan rejected...
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