Essay about Nuclear Weapons Is The Most Dangerous Weapon

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In the winter of 2009, I have stayed in Hiroshima for three days for traveling. On the final day of staying, I visited Genbaku Dome. It is a building which miraculously survived the explosion of an atomic bomb in 1945, and the government of Hiroshima city is still maintaining it as a memorial. When I visited there, I keenly felt the pain of war and the cruelty of nuclear weapons. Even though the building is still alive now, the victims who were around there were killed at the moment of the explosion. Although nuclear weapons are the most relentless weapons in the human history, they still exist around the world; therefore, humanity have to strive to gradually reduce nuclear weapons as their responsibility.
Nuclear weapon is the most cruel weapon in the human history, and it is proved in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan at the ending of World War II. According to BBC, between 60,000 and 80,000 people were instantly killed in Hiroshima, and about 40,000 people were instantly killed in Nagasaki (BBC par.2 and 4). More 100,000 people were killed by only two bombs with their strong explosions. Nuclear weapon can kill a great deal of people at a moment; therefore, it is the most cruel weapon in the human history.
In addition, even if victims could survive an explosion of an atomic bomb, they have difficult time. A lot of victims of atomic bombs suffered after World War II because of radiation sickness. If patients of radiation sickness were included as victims of atomic bombs, the…

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