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Hiroshima Tragedy

The first most powerful bomb, which is called the atom bomb, was dropped on August 6 , 1945. In a city located in Japan, called Hiroshima. Hiroshima has warm, humid summers with July temperatures. Hiroshima caught the attention of the world when a U.S. plane dropped the first atomic bomb on the City, destroying it on August 6,1945. The Atomic bomb blast in 1945 obliterated three- fifths of the city within seconds and killed about 75,000 people. At exactly fifteen minutes past eight in the mourning, on August 6, 1945 Japanese time, was the moment when the Atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshima.

In some ways I believe that it was a good idea to drop the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but in other ways I think it was not necessary. I think it was good idea to drop the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki because the Japanese were practical asking for it when they bombed Pearl Harbor and killed 3,000 people and ruined U.S. pacific army base. So I think they just got what the deserved. But I also think that the atomic bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima was a petty, childish way of trying to win a war. It was inhuman, so horrible that anyone whom lived through it, would most likely be traumatized for the rest of their living lives. But it was probably the only way end World War II. So as you can see I agree and disagree with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; but I mostly agree because I think it was the only way to end World War II.

There are only two circumstances in which I believe the use of nuclear weapons to be justified. The first one is when one country does something so terrible to an other country. Because if they think that they can do something so tremendous to another country and practical get a way with it; then I think nuclear weapons to be justified. The second circumstance in which I think nuclear weapons to be justified is when one country uses nuclear weapons on another country. That country ...

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