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The decision to drop the atomic bomb
On July sixteenth 1945 a cloud of smoke rose up above the desert in New
Mexico. It was less than a month later when that same cloud of smoke rose up above the
murdered bodies of at least 78,000 Japanese in the city of Hiroshima. Three days later at
least 38,000 more were killed in the city of Nagasaki by the same deadly bomb and again
the same ominous cloud of mushroom-like smoke arose. The dropping of these ruinous
bombs led to the almost unconditional surrender of the Japanese. The question that
plagued the world was, "did we have to drop the bombs?". Was Truman right in his…
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