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The end of WW II
'A bright light filled the plane. We turned back to look at Hiroshima. The city was hidden by that awful cloud . . . boiling up, mushrooming.' (www.csi.ad.jp) What could cause such devastation? Fat Man and Little Boy, the bombs that ended World War II and brought the world into the nuclear age.
In September 1940, after the fall of France, Hitler and Mussolini made an alliance with Japan. The Tripartite Pact provided the right of entry of Japanese troops into Indochina. Japan quietly extended her influence in the Pacific, threatening the Burma Road, occupation of French Indochina,…
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- The end of WW II
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