Japan suffered greatly due to these bombs, and they are the main reason for all the civilian deaths. There are many differing opinions on the dropping of these bombs: some believe the bombs were not good for anyone and unjustly killed civilians, while others believe that the bomb ended the war and was worth the consequences. It’s a highly controversial issue, and it was a difficult decision for President Harry Truman. The dropping
A significant scene of death in Fahrenheit 451 is when the city is bombed. The city was bombed, because the nation that Guy Montag lived in was at war with another. Even though the government had tried to brainwash everyone to create a “perfect” society, but the society was far from perfect as there was still war. No matter what humanity will never be perfect. While everything may not ever be completely perfect things can always be perfected and made better.
But that bond can have a high price. War kills soldiers, tearing them from family; it kills innocent people, just trying to survive. People are brutal, whether it be a harsh commander with deathly penalties, or even a rude soldier, demanding supplies or a roof from a civilian. Many think war is not the only way, there can be a peaceful solution. Two such people are the authors of My Brother Sam is Dead, James and Christopher Collier.
People may feel this was if someone was hurting them (or something) and even if they told them to stop, they would continue harassing them (bullying). People may say that teriorst or criminals are not good at heart because they have done something hurtful or rough. In a story under the article People are truly good at heart? Sadly,no, It reported “In 2006, terrorist plotted to destroy as many as 10 planes flying from London to North America.” This is an argument that I would disagree with these people should not be looked at as objects because they have feelings to and probably have families that really care about them. It is classified that without feelings, we would not be considered ‘humans’.
That is very dishonoring for him to burn the flag. Many people died for our country to keep the flag up and high to show how great our country is. By Johnson for burning the flag he could have cause many people in danger if it got out of control. Burning the flag is a very dishonor to the United States and everything in between. The flag represents nationhood which gives us the freedom we need and want.
It is in human nature to want to have power, wealth, and overall be the best. Nevertheless, this inhumanity exhibited throughout the wars is generally triggered by a group or person who believes that they are above the human race, and should be aloud to have total power. This mindset during WWII lead to destruction and devastation throughout Europe. Described in The Nightingale, when France was occupied by the Nazis the citizens of France lost many things such as family members, property, money, and wellness. However, many of the Nazi soldiers stationed in France also lost a lot.
My family was all killed by the Germans.” (Paragraph 13-15). Actively resisting avoids shame, guilt, and the humiliation of being helpless and sitting and watching your people die. On the flip side, others may argue that music, art, paintings, etc. was enough to protest. The flaw to that argument is that those would only be discovered after the war and only if the allies had won, by however actively arming yourself, killing Nazi’s and, sabotoging supplies the impact would be immediately felt, presenting a better chance of winning.
There were three arguments that usually marshalled against the use of the atomic bomb. The first reason was the bombing of Japan was considered to be racist, the second reason was that it was pointless, and the third reason was because it was done purely for political effects and had more to do with the Soviet Union then the war in the Pacific. The bomb was dropped because the American wanted revenge because many Americans died because of the Japanese. Hundreds of thousands of Americans were killed and wounded from the years of ghastly firebombing. They also decided to drop the bomb was because they wanted to compare if the uranium or plutonium type bomb was stronger, so they dropped the uranium bomb in Hiroshima and the plutonium bomb in Nagasaki.
I think it was a good thing because it ended the war once and for all but also it was a bad thing because it killed so many other people besides the military and people at the bases and innocent people were also injured and affected by the aftermath of it. The aftermath of it also causes more deaths down the road. I think if Truman didn 't drop the bomb, things could 've been worse. Japan started the war with us anyway by attacking from air on Pearl Harbor. It 's a good thing we bombed when we did though because Russia was getting involved and other countries would 've joined and made the war worse.
With all of the problems in our society, war is the most talked about dilemma in our messed up world. War could be both good and bad depending on a person’s view about it. War has some good objectives like erasing injustice and ending tyranny. If you think about it, there are also negative objectives, like how brutal war can be, or all of the innocent lives that are lost. In the book, My Brother Sam is Dead it explains how it may be like during the Revolutionary War, threw the eyes of a boy named Tim.