America's Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

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Title: America's Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
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Author: Stanley Lam
Date: July 1, 2009
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Indeed, if Truman opted to invade Japan, the total number of American and Japanese casualties would possibly be in the millions. Although the bomb took150,000 Japanese lives, the number of casualties would have been far greater had an invasion been executed...
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Although the bomb took150,000 Japanese lives, the number of casualties would have been far greater had an invasion been executed. In 1985, in a special broadcasting the fortieth anniversary of the bombings, ABC’s Ted Koppel claimed: “What happened over Japan…was a human tragedy…But what was planned to take place in the war between Japan and the United States would almost certainly have been an even greater tragedy...
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