Worksheet 1 ungraded.docx - HIS 100 THEME 1 PROJECT 1 TOPIC EXPLORATION Part I Select a research topic area for Project 1 based on which of the

Worksheet 1 ungraded.docx - HIS 100 THEME 1 PROJECT 1 TOPIC...

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PROJECT 1:TOPIC EXPLORATION HIS 100 THEME 1Part ISelect 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 AdvancesXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXGovernment and Domestic PolicyMilitary StrategyInternational Relations and Japanese and American CiviliansI don’t know very much of the atomic bomb. I remember being taught in junior high and high school that Americadropped the atomic bomb on Japan shortly after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and it was the beginning ofof our entrance into WWII. I believe I recall hearing that America dropped flyers over both Nagasaki and Hiroshima 3 days before we dropped the bombs in an attempt to give the civilians a chance to flee, as well asgiving the Japanese army the chance to surrender, but I am unsure about this. I know that J. Robert Oppenheimer was credited as the creator of the atomic bomb. I remember something about The Manhattan Project.Write a short paragraph about what you already knew about the topic youselected prior to this course, based on your personal history or experiences. This may include assumptions, beliefs, or values related to
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Part IINow 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 Project1 due at the end of this theme. You will be able to download and save this information in aWord document that you can reference for your Project 1 submission.
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