Why Is The Atomic Bomb Necessary

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Nagasaki and Hiroshima: A necessary atomic attack The atomic bomb that was detonated on Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the United States was essential to the world because it shows how much power the United States had at that time and due to the fact they had the knowledge and money for such weapon. Although it wasn’t necessary to target the innocent civilians in Japan with the atomic bomb, there could have been other way of making Japan surrender with a lower casualty rate than to nuke the populated areas. Harry S. Truman, the president of United States during the World War 2 possibly had been influenced either by his past or by his colleagues in terms of his decision making. If any other resourceful ideas that were brought up to Truman’s mind then there might be a precise chance that the nuke will be withdrawal from World War II and rethought of again, at the time of Truman’s decision. Further or more the atomic bomb has already been dropped on…show more content…
Truman declared to drop the bomb onto Japan mainly because he didn’t want any more of his men to be slaughtered and because Japan was not agreeing to negotiate anything. Although the atomic bomb was dropped onto the two cities of Japan, it was still an unnecessary attack because many innocent civilians were killed. Since Japan was still continuing the war (before the bomb dropped), many deaths would have been sacrificed on both sides, the Japanese and the Americans and that is to say that’ll be millions of sacrifices if the war continued between both countries. The total death of the bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima are approximately around 300,000 lives. The nuke drop on Japan is a devastating event but there are also beneficial outcomes that come out of it for example: learning how the radioactive dust kicked up into the atmosphere by large-yield weaponry, was economically cheaper than to do a full scale invasion on Japan, and it shows how much power the country has in terms of
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