Introduction the japanese and the americans have

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Introduction The Japanese and the Americans have retained conflicts based on the bombing which affected the two cities of Japan, that is, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The two nations have had a dark past that has affected international relations. The Japanese and the American civilians have struggled to create good relations since the bombing which led to the destruction of property and deaths. The paper addresses the impact of the bombing on the interactions and relationships between the Americans and the Japanese. Part Two
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RESEARCH PLAN 3 The primary sources add to my understanding of the research topic. For instance, the sources help in understanding the way in which the event took place and the impact which it had on the people of Japan. The primary sources related to the secondary source by adding more information about the bombing of Japan. The historical context of the bombing exhibits a period of time when Japan faced war from the western countries. The Western nations wanted to reduce its power through breaking the type of government which ruled. The time in which the bombing in Japan took place presented a historical moment whose impacts have been felt up to date in the country. Western countries since time in history have looked for ways through which they can reduce the power and impact of the nation. At the time of the event, the Western nations were joining hands to fight against any country that had a different way of ruling. The political systems revolved around creating democracy and allowing the people to participate in making the decisions of the nation. The fight for power by the western nations and their struggle towards becoming powerful remained the reasons behind fighting against the nations which possessed strong weapons.
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  • Summer '11
  • Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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