Truman's decision about dropping atomic bomb

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History

 

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Daniel W

 

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April 17, 2015

 

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This attack on Pearl Harbor was just an example of what could have happened if the war had continued. If the war had continued, another attack on U.S. soil could have taken place. This could have turned the 6,000 dead American civilians into 9,000 dead civilians.[2-cyber] That number could have kept rising until the war was over...
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The bomb needed to be dropped to stop the war. Truman was also suggested an option of invading Japan. Military planners figured the invasion of Kyushu alone would take between 31,000 and 50,000 US casualties in the first thirty days and that the combined US losses from Operations Coronet and Olympic would exceed 500,000...
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