During World War Two, the U.S dropped two atomic bombs on the cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki, causing high death rates upon the Japanese. Many people may argue that the bombings were devastating and have had a dreadful effect on people’s lives. However, world war two was not a disagreement to cause destruction towards the countries. The U.S was justified in dropping atomic bombs as it was an alternative to end the war at an instance and to also prevent the death rate of civilians. This was also necessary as it was America’s desire to shorten the war if the Japanese surrendered. In addition, the USA were acting against the Japanese in …show more content…
The bombs that were dropped on these cities have led to Japan’s surrender but the impact left behind is not yet forgiven. The dropping of the bombs did much more than ending the war in the Pacific. Many building were crushed and the cities became a dumpster area where many dead bodies laid. However, the dropping of the atomic bomb help stopped Japan’s involvement with World War Two. If the American’s didn’t do this, they would’ve been in a much worse situation and would raise up to surrender.
To conclude, it was reasonable for America to bomb the Japanese during World War two, as there are many logical explanations. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were unspeakable tragedies but despite many beliefs, the decision of the atomic bombs and the motives of the U.S leaders, have saved many of lives. The U.S was justified as the droppings of atomic bombs were a collaborative method of ending the war, and to hurry up the Japanese’s surrender. At last, the U.S thought of the atomic bomb of being a way to revenge the Japanese for their bombings on Pearl