United States vs Japan.docx - United States vs Japan 1 United States vs Japan HIST 1302 United States vs Japan 2 In this paper we will look at a great

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United States vs Japan1United States vs JapanHIST 13029/30/2019
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United States vs Japan2In this paper we will look at a great war that will have an impact on United States and Japan history. The actions of both countries were a form a different and power change to the future of both countries. Though research we will look at what brought on this battle and the results. I will explain my thoughts on this and my thesis. Which will go over historical data, comparing sources and putting everything together. On August sixth and August ninth, of 1945, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, two huge urban communities in Japan were destroyed by nuclear bombs that were dropped by the United States. What were the center reasons why the United States chosen to utilize the nuclear bomb on Japan? Is it true that it was in reprisal for Pearl Harbor or something less difficult? This paper will endeavor to address that question and show why President Truman and a portion of his guides may have chosen to give the thumbs up to drop not one but rather two nuclear bombs on Japan. Albeit some may deviate, President Truman accepted that the utilization of the nuclear bomb was the best way to persuade Japan to give up, end the war and spare American help individuals lives. Since getting to be president following the demise of Franklin Roosevelt on April 12, 1945, President Truman watched for a quarter of a year as United States powers attempted to take the islands of Japan, one of them being Okinawa. At the point when the United States military arrived at the island of Okinawa the Japanese military idea they had contrived an arrangement to demolish the Americans with an unexpected assault. The Japanese ground powerswould cover up in channels and let the United States military on to the island with no contention.At that point they utilized their Navy and Air Force to assaulted the United States Navy to remove their departure course. The powers on the ground would need to ward off the heaps of Japanese fighters who were hanging tight for them.
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United States vs Japan3The United States powers were beaten truly terrible with the Navy having a greater number of causalities than the Marines and Army individual ashore. At last the United States powers won extreme the toll was tremendous. The island of Okinawa would later record for over
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