Was the U.s. justified in their decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagaski? Or should they have carefully reconsidered the events following attempts made to persuade Japan to surrender. After the attack on pearl harbor that incited WWII and the denial of the Potsdam Declaration by Japanese leaders the U.S. government made a drastic decision forever affecting Japan. On the 6th of August, 1945 Harry truman commanded that the atomic bomb or "Little Boy" be dropped on Hiroshima. In the first few seconds over 7-70,000 Japanese citizens were vaporized instantly. Following the 6th another attack was conducted 3 days later, August 9th 1945. 20,000 instantanous casualties occured, and later thousands of others died after suffering the reprocutions of being caught in the radioactive debris. Trauma spread over 41.5 miles, destroying and impacting thousands of lives. Conclusivley an amount of around 100,000 casualties was decided upon, making this the single most devastating event in Japans history.
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