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wyatt werner

on 8 April 2011

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THE ATOMIC BOMBINGS OF NAGASAKI AND HIROSHIMA A piece of uranium the size of an orange = 20,000 Tons of TNT one a-bomb = 2000 B29 payloads = 40,000,000 lbs of TNT On August, 6 1945 Here's What Happened The bomb was released at 8:15 a.m.
The air super heated to 3,000
The blast destroyed everything in 1.6 km radius
Fires destroyed a further 7.1 km radius
80,000 died instantly
51,000 injured
48,000 buildings destroyed
22,000 damaged
176,000 people homeless Tsutomu Yamaguchi the first recognized survivor of both A-bombs Radiation and burns killed many after the the bombing Dwight Eisenhower said ". . . Japan was already defeated and that the bomb was completely unnecessary." "The use of the atomic bomb, with it's indiscriminate
killing of women and children, revolts my soul." Albert Einstein had this to say " I made one great mistake in my life. . . when I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recomending that atom bombs be made; but there was some justification - the danger that the Germans would make them." He also stated that he thought that he was sure that President Roosevelt would have forbidden the atomic bombing of Hiroshima if he had been alive. What would you have done if you were Truman?
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