Atomic Bombing Was Not Justifiable Essay

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The nuclear attack of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was not justifiable. Due to the fact that the Japanese government was already in the verge of surrendering to the American government.. Also the nuclear bombing was used for several causes, one of which was to cause fear to both the Japanese and Soviet governments. Finally, the bombing of both major cities in Japan caused many deaths, which were not strategic, nor useful towards the war.
Throughout World War II the United States and its allies, fought a long battle against Germany. As well as Japan since the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. During the final stage of World War II, the United States had several decisions to make in order to end the war with as least casualties as possible, which led the commander in chief, President Harry Truman to use a secret military project named the Manhattan Project, which produced the first U.S nuclear weapon, which was
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As it is essential to recognize that not only was Japan ready to surrender and were given no choice to modify its unconditional surrender. But also destroyed two cities which were limited in military value and had civilians out number Japanese troops, but also were destroyed simply fro power in politics between the U.S and the Soviet Union. The facts from the presidents administrators, secretary of war and even Truman’s chief of staff all stood together and stated that it was unethical, barbaric and abhorrent. Many historians have fought continuously over which was decision was right or wrong to choose, but most evidence indicates that it was the wrong thing to do morally. Furthermore, the bomb was used for several wrong reasons such as causing fear to both Soviet and Japanese governments, in order to put an end to the war and be capable of unconditionally place restrictions at both governments basically holding both countries hostage until their demands were

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