He was also the first manufacturer of rolled film. He knew with the advancement of rolled film and the increased camera sales, he would drastically improve the number of sales of the rolled film along with the processing fees for the film to be developed. He also urged children to join the Brownie Camera Club, where members were sent booklet that explained photography and offered photo contests where they could earn awards for images. For my third photographer/inventor, I have selected Adolf Miethe. He was born in Potsdam, Germany on April 25, 1862.
General Groves, the Engineer Director of the Manhattan Project was desperate to see fruits of his labours before the end of the war. The cost to develop the bomb was $2 billion dollars was taken into great account as it would have been difficult to justify not using it after such a vast financial investment. The project produced 2 bombs, the one dropped on Nagasaki, however, was simply an unnecessary experiment to just try it out. So finally, I believe that the dropping of the first bomb was justified, however, the second dropping was
Japan was warned of the U.S. decision to attack and was given the opportunity to surrender. Japan remained persistent in their fight against the U.S., and refused to surrender (Harris). On August 6, 1945 the first atomic bomb, ‘Little Boy’, was launched on the Japanese center Hiroshima (“Hiroshima”). Approximately 70,000 to 80,000 individuals in the city were executed by the beginning impact. Various more passed away within the following weeks and years from wounds and radiation exposure.
Roosevelt Sr. was also the paternal grandfather of the First lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Theodore was a small and frail child so he built a gym to box and lift weights. Hiking was another way that Roosevelt tried to get bigger. Theodore became a student at Harvard University in 1876. He studied numerous of topics including zoology, natural history, forensics, German, and composition.
He wanted to make sure the war would and to ensure the power of the U.S. Hiroshima, was an important center for wartime goods. The first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, called as the “Little Boy’’, destroyed 70 percent of the city’s buildings and killed thousands of people. In the days after the first bomb, thousands more people died of burns. Three days later, another bomb was throw down on Nagasaki, Japan. It worked, Japan surrendered.
During his early years, Hitler clashed frequently with his father, Alois. In his autobiography, Mein Kampf, Hitler mentions that his father had wanted him to follow his footsteps and take up the service in the bureaucracy while Hitler aspired to be a painter. Hitler would deliberately neglect the subjects that he was uninterested in while scoring well for the subjects that he had interest in. The stalemate with his father would go on till his father’s death in 1903. Following the death of his father, Hitler went on to Vienna and applied at the Academy of Fine Arts in 1907.
On August 6th, 1945, the world was abruptly pushed into the atomic age. An American aircraft named Enola Gay hovered over Japan carrying “Little Boy”, a bomb weighing 9,700 pounds crafted from highly enriched uranium-235. Poised above Aioi Bridge in Hiroshima city, at precisely 8:15 a.m. local time, Little Boy dropped. The explosion destroyed 4 square miles of the city, about 90,000 people were killed instantly and 40,000 were injured. Just three days later, Major General Charles Sweeney dropped a second nuclear bomb on Nagasaki, killing around 37,000 people and injuring another 43,000.
The creation of the atomic bomb in 1945 marked the beginning of a new era. As Japan was surrounded by U.S. forces, the U.S. issued the Potsdam Declaration, defining terms for Japanese surrender. However, Japan did not surrender. Thus, U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, killing many civilians. Three days later, the second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, ultimately leading to a Japanese surrender, essentially ending World War II.
Its August sixth, 1945. Paul Tibbets, the pilot of the Enola Gay, drops the bomb named ¨Little Boy¨ on Hiroshima. The citizens of Japan had never expected something as extensive as a bomb. The japanese were nowhere near aware of what was going to happen that day, and they had no idea of how much pain and suffering it would inflict. Three days later Charles Sweeney flew in the Enola Gay to Nagasaki, where the bomb ¨Fat Man¨ was dropped.