Dropping The Atomic Bomb: Necessary Or Justified?

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On December 7th, 1941, the United states was attacked by the Japanese in the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii. The day after this devastating event, the Unites States congress and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, declared war against Japan. As Germany and Italy had allied with Japan, they also declared war on America. Two years later, the United States found themselves joining World War II. America had soon launched a way to get back at Japan for invasion of Pearl Harbor. On August 6th, 1945, America had released an atomic bomb in Hiroshima, Japan. Most people argued how it was a bad idea that the United States dropped an atomic bomb, but America made the right choice. After America had dropped the bomb, the Japanese had surrendered and the was a quick way to end the war. This led America to prove that is strong and that nothing could ever bring the country down.…show more content…
The Japanese were already on the verge of surrendering, so there was no point on dropping the bomb. Also, President Truman could have just shown an image or chart of the atomic bomb, rather than actually going through with the plan. These examples illustrate how the atomic bomb will always be a big controversy, but America was right for dropping the
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