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Why was the first atomic bomb used?The US tested one atomic bomb in the United States (in the desert), before using two against the Japanese in August 1945. The attacks on Hiroshima Nagasaki were carried out, allegedly, to convince the Japanese Army leaders (who ran Japan) to accept the terms of surrender demanded by the Allies. However it had been discussed that dropping such a weapon over Japan’s Inland Sea as a demonstration would have had the same effect and thus the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was a cynical act to test the weapons in war conditions.

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Why does the US use the atomic bomb?When the atomic bomb was finished, Leo Szilard, a scientist in on the Manhattan Project (the Manhattan Project was the code name for the project to build and develop the atomic bomb), made a petition urging the President not to resort the use of atomic bombs in the war unless the news of the bomb had been made open in public and on terms that Japan knows and refuses to surrender. The petition was signed by over 150 scientists in on the project. A cheap air force counterpetition garners only two signatures. Japan, of course, refused to surrender. The result was the flattening of two cheapjordanaaa major cities in Japan.

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Why did the US use the atomic bombs?The United States was faced with the daunting prospect of invading Japan in order to force a close to World War 2. The Japanese had already shown a willingness to go to incredible lengths to continue the war and to cause destruction to their enemies. The fierce fighting for islands near the Japanese mainland (Iwo Jima and Okinawa) resulted in a staggering loss of 19,800 American dead and 58,000 wounded. Leaders knew that the losses in undertaking any invasion of the home islands would result in many, many more casualties. Some estimated that American casualties would reach 750,000 in invading Japan. Japanese civilian casualties were not a tremendous concern for American leaders at that time, but they were aware of the huge wave of suicides on Okinawa and of the cheap jordans online 100,000+ death toll from the bombing and fires in Tokyo. In this method of calculating, the atomic bombs (if they worked as planned) would actually save lives: hundreds of thousands of American soldiers and sailors, and likely more than a million fewer Japanese civilian deaths. Another viewpoint is that the use of the bomb to shorten the war was essential economically. Four years of war had seriously strained America’s finances. The government was not able to borrow any more money. The Treasury was in a panic. If the bomb was able to end the war, the risk of federal bankruptcy would be averted. The economic crisis was suppressed during the war and easy to ignore in history, but was very real at the time.

What was the disavdvantages of using the atomic bomb?One disadvantage of the atom bomb was that it cost 2 billion dollars in the 1940s which amounts to 20 billion today. Radiation was a danger too. The people who are around the bomb and handle it and drop it from the plane are at risk around the radiation. There is also the possibility it could be set off by another bomb or some unforeseen accident. The concept of having to fly the bomb to its target was a real disadvantage. Now we have missiles that fly themselves and they don’t have to be atomic anymore to do the damage needed.

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