The Atomic bombing in Japan, WWII
The atomic bomb that was dropped by America and the USA had many Valid Reasons for used on Japan in World War Two, 1945. The USA Americans had the help of many scientist known as Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi and Richard Feynman. Many research was put against the first atomic bomb that took up to 7 years to conduct, starting from 1938-1945. The USA Americans dropped the first atomic bomb called 'Little Boy' on the city of Japan known to be Hiroshima on August the 6th 1945. Knowing the first bomb being dropped on Hiroshima, three days later on the 9th of August 1945, the USA Americans dropped the second bomb called 'Fat Man' and was dropped on Nagasaki. The two atomic Bombs being dropped on the city of Japan both had positive reasons for their action as it ended the war. Both bombs being dropped was definitely justified as many more casualties would have resulted if the bombs weren't dropped and the war continued. Lastly The two atomic bombs were needed as it was kind of a warning to Japan that the USA Americans wouldn't give up, and to show the world that Atomic weapons has been introduced.
The use of Atomic Bombs in Nagasaki and Hiroshima was Completely Justified as it ended World War II and pushed the Japanese to …show more content…
Their main target was to win for their country and pushed Japan to its limits until they surrendered. President Truman would have invaded Japan with his troops if the atomic bomb wasn't used. This means that many more American and Japanese lives would have been losted during the invasion if the atomic bomb wasn't involved. One historian that supported the atomic bomb said "so they would have fought until there was no more Japan". This means that the Japan would have kept on fighting until they were down to the last man, but instead the war ended meaning some Japanese soldiers live's were
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Was the United States justified in dropping the atomic bombs in Japan at the end of WWII? FLASH and BOOM! On August 6th, 1945, America dropped the deadliest bomb, atomic bomb, on Hiroshima to end the WWII. Three days later, they dropped another atomic bomb on Nagasaki. They were attacking western part of Japan.
WWII-Atomic Bomb Thousands and thousands of kids, families gone in seconds from one bomb that was ordered to hit the enemy forces by the United States president. The U.S had a tough decision to make when fighting the second world war and when the first know thing was made called the atomic bomb. The question is, was president Truman justified in dropping the two atomic bombs and killing thousands of lives in a blink of an eye to end the war? Truman wasn’t justified in dropping the bomb because of all the lives that had to be sacrificed. If he just stuck to the original plan and kept going from island to island then maybe less lives would of been taken.
Yes, it did prevent others from dying, and no, it killed hundreds of thousands innocent people. So the bombing of Hiroshima is both justified and not justified. The first point you could make is yes, the bomb was 100 percent justified and it was a good idea. War is an awful thing that our world has to go through, because many die and lots of land is damaged. An article that agrees the bomb was good claims, “On Okinawa, only a few weeks before Hiroshima, 123,000 JApanese and Americans killed each other.
You see a blast six miles away as bright as the sun, then the ground shakes tremendously. You just saw an atom bomb go off over Hiroshima, Japan. Prior to this day President Truman gave orders to drop the atomic bomb to try ending world two. Truman was justified to drop the atomic bomb to end the war because it was planned strategically, he had good political reasoning, and he had good moral points as to why it was okay in dropping the bomb.
The use of the atomic bomb in World War II was a horrifying site. Although the use of the first bomb on Hiroshima may be justified the use of the second bomb on Nagasaki was not. The use of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima was a necessary step towards winning the war with Japan. The dropping of this bomb saved many American lives that would have most likely been lost in the war effort had we decided not to use the atomic bomb.
It has been debated whether or not the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were justified ever since they were dropped. Some people think that the bombings were immoral and unnecessary, but it's important to think about why they were made. President Truman's approval of the bombs would result in the survival of American and Japanese lives and Japan's surrender.
In the twentieth century, the United States dropped two atomic bombs, which were the most powerful weapons at that time, on Japan. It happened on August 6 and August 9, 1945. The atomic bombs killed 226,000 Japanese and ended the war. However, America should not have dropped the atomic bombs for two reasons. First, it was not necessary to drop the bomb to win the war militarily or to get the Japanese to surrender.
This verdict was made by Harry Truman, to either invade Japan by land and end the war that way, jeopardizing American soldiers' lives, or drop Little Boy. And this decision was wholly gratuitous violence because it caused innocent lives to suffer, both mentally and physically. First of all, the atomic bomb was unjustified because scientists wanted to use it as a science project that they wished to test out. The atomic bomb was the first of its kind & so instinctively, the U.S. wanted to test it out. Fleet Admiral William Jr. specifies, "The first Atomic Bomb was an unnecessary experiment.
They felt that it would end the war a lot faster. The were to reduce the need of an invasion. The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were partially justified because they did prevent the use of nuclear weapons in the Cold War, however, the death toll was unnecessary, and Japan was already defeated .
This image shows how big of a threat and danger Japan is- it also shows how important it is to bring Japan down. The atomic bombs are justified because of Japan’s aggressions towards U.S. The United States’ use of atomic bombs on Japan is justifiable because it saved thousands of American lives; the Japanese were given fair warning, and their aggressions towards the U.S.
Soon the U.S was attacked by Japan. The President then decided to drop the atomic bomb to end this war and quickly. The use of the atomic bomb on Japan was justified because it ended the war, was a better alternative than the others given, and helped save lives. The atomic bomb used on Japan was justified because it ended the war.
There are many reasons why it could be argued that the dropping of the atomic bomb was justified. One reason is that Japan was warned, they were given plenty of opportunities to surrender such as the Potsdam declaration. The Declaration was issued to Japan by President Truman and the Allies of America after America had tested the Atom bomb on July 26th. The declaration was a proposition of surrender to Japan that linked directly to the dropping of the atomic bomb.
The U.S. government did the right thing when they dropped the atomic bomb on Japan. The dropping of the bomb was necessary and justified because the Japanese first bomb Pearl Harbor. The Japanese military was killing thousands of Americans and showed no sign of surrender. During World War II the American bombed two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Japanese military was growing stronger and showed no sign of surrendering. Just a few weeks before the dropping of the atomic bombs 123,000 Japanese and Americans killed each other in Okinawa.
I think the United States should have not dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki because the atomic bombs was too expensive and it was not really worth it, they wiped out two entire cities, and Japan was planning on surrendering. The atomic bomb they used on Nagasaki cost 2 billion