Summary Of Precision Bombing Will Win The War By Paul Fussell

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“Precision Bombing Will Win the War” is one chapter from the book “Wartime” which was written by Paul Fussell in 1989. He said in his book that people always thought there was a panacea, and people believed that the technology would help them win the war. American government thought bomber was the weapon of ultimate victory, and they emphasized that “America cannot lose this war.” However, when the war went on, people realized that aerial bombing had many factors that would affect its function and only few hit targets. There were many accidental attacks by aerial bombing, and what happened in Hiroshima and Nagasaki indicated that intensification exceeded scruples. “Then Came the War” was written by Yuri Kochiyama in 1991, she described that everything changed for her on the day Pearl Harbor was bombed. Anything related to Japanese was banned, and everyone wanted Japanese out of the California. Japanese American had to give up their job and move into camps. At the end, she said that people should against racism. “Eight Hundred Meters from the Hypocenter” was written by Yamaoka Michiko in 1992, she described that on August 6, 1945, …show more content…

Moreover, at the first article, Howard Zinn says, “very few writers have dared to question the purity of the ‘good war.’’’ I think all of these stories want to show us that the Second World War for the United States was not just simply a “good war” although it was one of the most famous wars in the world and the United Sates won the fight at the end of the war. However, there were too many misunderstandings about it, and the war caused too many casualties. Although many people supported the Second World War in order to overthrow the Nazism, Fascism, and Japanese, there were still many victims who opposed the war and doubt about the Second World

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