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Hiroshima, a Difficult but Just Decision.
Hiroshima: A Difficult but Just Decision
By the end of WWII, it is estimated that 292,131 American soldiers lost their lives - it could've been worse; much worse. It is also estimated that one million Americans and over 250,000 British soldiers would've died had we not dropped the A-bomb on Hiroshima. Why? Well, because the Japanese had a 5 million-man army, and were under no circumstances going to surrender. Japanese did not surrender - it was considered cowardly, according to the Code of Bushido, and therefore one must die before surrendering. If you don't believe me, just look at th…
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