Assessing the reasons for the US using the atomic bomb in WW2

1. The first document was from Harry Truman. 2. This document informed the American people of the destruction of the Japanese city. Truman seeks to justify his decision, and also outlines the process to which American gained the intelligence for the bomb. 3. August 6, 1945 4. Hiroshima 5. At the time, the atomic bomb […]

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Persecution and Prejudice

By the end of the Second World War 6 million Jews had been murdered. It was a cruel genocide systematically carried out by the Nazi party ruled by Adolf Hitler. British troops were stunned by their findings in the Auschwitz death camp, every detail was filed and organised giving the world the chance to see […]

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Hiroshima Bombing, Justified or not?

Since the dropping of the Atomic bomb ‘Enola Gay’ on Hiroshima in 1945, many Historians and Philosophers have debated and questioned the moral laws of this solo event, the single happening that probably changed war and chemical use forever, the sole occurrence that claimed the life of thousands of innocent women and children. In this […]

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Were The Dropping Of The Atomic Bombs Justified?

At the beginning of August 1945, two cities disappeared. The Imperial land surrendered. The world shook. The dropping of the bombs “Little Boy” and “Fat Man” by the plane Enola Gay wiped out Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan on the 6th and 9th of August. This was a plan to hasten the surrender of Japan […]

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Evacuation as part of World War II

Evacuation was a very important part of World War 2. It was important for the children and parents. The parents could work with out having to worry about looking after their children and when there is an air raid you could just go down to the shelter easily. It is good for the children because […]

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