The Atomic Bomb On The World War II

887 WordsJun 3, 20154 Pages
In August of 1945, President Truman made an important decision to drop two atomic bombs days apart in the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I completely agree with President Truman’s decision to drop the atomic bomb on the two Japanese cities because I believe it is the main reason that ended World War II. Being from Malaysia, my grandparents often told me stories of their sufferings during World War II. As Singapore’s former Prime Minister concurred, the Japanese soldiers were mean, brutal and vicious towards the civilians, and if the atomic bombs were not dropped to end the war, hundreds of thousands of civilians would have been perished. Another reason I support the use of atomic bombs to end the war is because World War II has the most war-related deaths in history of mankind, if the war were to continue, more people would have died and Japan will rise and hold the most power in the world. Many minority Asian countries that were invaded would lose their culture, language and citizens, and hence the world might be different today. The droppings of these two bombs are arguably the most pivotal moment for Japan to end the war. First, Pearl Harbor was destroyed by a surprise Japanese attack in December 7, 1941. With such an important event in modern American History, President Truman has always thought of retaliating to Japan. President Truman’s thought of using the atomic bombs was to end the war as soon as possible, so that the U.S. and the Allied countries
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