War on Japan

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History

 

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Thomas J

 

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January 14, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Roosevelt, and he urged his military planners to find a way to bomb Japan. He wanted to bring home to Japan some meaning of war, and that they did. The first bombing of mainland Japan was a logistical challenge, a daring exploit, and had a major effect on both American and Japanese people. In terms of the Japanese, they had solid reasons to feel secure...
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No foreign attacker had seriously threatened Japanese soil since Kuble Kahn in 1281. At that time, a violent storm destroyed Kahn's attack force, and the Japanese referred to this storm as kamikaze, which means divine wind. In the past, the Japanese felt that they were protected by the kamikaze; but now, they had a more tangible reason to feel secure with antiaircraft guns, warships, and planes...
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