HIS 100 2-4-3 Project 1 Topic Exploration Worksheet Submission - Copy.docx - Write a short paragraph about what you already knew about the topic you

HIS 100 2-4-3 Project 1 Topic Exploration Worksheet Submission - Copy.docx

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Write a short paragraph about what you already knew about the topic you selected prior to this course, based on your personal history or experiences. I know that International Relations suffered between American and Japanese cultures as a result of the dropping of the atomic bombs. After the war ended, both nations had to repair their countries. Since there was so much damage as a result of the bombings The United States chose to help rebuild Japan. Years later this act, among others, helped in repairing their relationship and today the United States considers Japan one of its closest allies. I chose this as my research topic because I do not really know anything else about the International Relations between Japanese and American Civilians and I would like to lean more. Part I Select a research topic area for Project 1 based on which of the following areas interests you the most. You will explore the selected topic a little later in this theme. Scientific and Technological Advances Government and Domestic Policy Military Strategy International Relations and Japanese and American Civilians X
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Part II Now that you have identified your topic and described what you already know about the topic, what questions do you still have about the topic that you would like to know? By filling out the information requested in these text boxes, you will get a head start on Project 1 due at the end of this theme. You will be able to download and save this information in a Word document that you can reference for your Project 1 submission. Identify one question about the topic you are curious about. How did president Truman decide to use the atomic bombs, and did he understand the consequences it would have on international relations? Describe why this question matters to you personally.
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