Why Did The United States Use Atomic Bombs On Japan?

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In World War two there were many battles fought. One of the most controversial issues for the United States was not even a battle though. It was the use of the atomic bomb on two Japanese cities. I believe that the US was right in using the atomic bombs on Japan. The Japanese planned a secret attack on the United States. It all culminated on Sunday, December 7, 1941 with the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The attack was so cruel in the fact that it was a Sunday, a "Holy" day, and there were no true warning signs. The United States then reacted by joining the Allied effort against the Axis powers. After Germany and Italy were defeated, only Japan stood standing. When the Japanese refused to surrender, The United States was not left with many options. They could continue to send men and machines to fight and die, or end the war quickly. It was a smart move for the United States to bomb Japan. During a war, a country has to think of themselves before…show more content…
The U.S. was able to save many American lives, and also many Russian, British, and other Allied lives. The Unites States was right in bombing Japan with the atomic bomb. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The United States bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was uncalled for. The United States murdered thousands of innocent victims. We had not told Japan that we possessed the power to destroy entire cities with one bomb, or that we in fact had any power beyond them. We killed many women, children, and other innocent lives that were not informed or prepared in any way to die. We committed and atrocity not unlike Germany. By killing so many innocent lives and not giving a proper warning, how are we better than Japan? The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was

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