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Annotation 6 notes Early posters depicted clean proud soldier wearing a clean jacket, properly buttoned with an optimistic slogan “we’re doing our part and we’ll win because we’re on god’s side” -later posters depicted dead soldiers, dirty, bloody and often partially imbedded in the ground -even later, paintings turned to crude photographs with the message to get the job done in order to get out. -careful precision rifles were replaced with sloppy guns with the intent of destroying as much as possible instead of being carefully precise. Quantity not accuracy -“tactics became a casualty” instead of carefully hitting important targets offense moved to mass wipings out, bombings and mass assaults -the art of war was replaced with tactless mass destruction -the war by its end bore little resemblance to the war at its beginning. It had begun with concern about the bombing of civilians and it ended with hanburg Dresden Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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  • Spring '09
  • kimelawson
  • Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, notes Early posters, -careful precision rifles, important targets offense

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