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Hiroshima&Nagasaki

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Stephanie Gilmore

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Hiroshima&Nagasaki

Hiroshima&Nagasaki Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
on Agust 6th and 9th in 1945' thus ending
the world war 2 (1939-45). The role of the bombing in japans's surrender and the U.S.'s ethical justification for them remains the subject of scolarly and populare debate Ste Tsutomu Yamaguchi has died from stomach
cancer in japan he lived through both the bombs James Cameron at this moment might
be the most power director in hollywood. He now has a book named the Last Train from Hiroshima. During his publicity tour for
Avatar in Japan he took a day
off and went to vist with Tsutomu
Yamaguchi on December 22. Not a day too soon since Yamaguchi
passed due to cancer at age 93 The Hiroshima and Nagasaki was
dropped because the us wanted
to stop war in Japan while there may,
barely be justifation for use of the first bomb,
a point which has it's disputers. There can be none for the
use of the second with the
exception of displaying to the
soviets that the west had them. In the minds of many this
was a political trctic and
NOT a war strategy. i pretty much got all my info from
wiki.answer.com The names to the bombs was
little boy and fat man! little boy Fat Man
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