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Reliability of the source the source is reliable as

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Reliability of the source The source is reliable as it provides detailed information explaining the various events involved in the preparation of the bombing in Japan. The author expounds on the reasons behind the bombing including the Western determination to end the totalitarian government in Japan and rendering it powerless so that the nation could surrender unconditionally. The source is also reliable because it accounts for all details including the participants in the bombing of Japan and how they made the preparations. Based on the author’s argument, it is clear that the scientists played an essential role in accomplishing the bombing of Japan. The detailed analysis of events makes the source reliable and comprehensive in explaining the arguments based on the thesis statement. How the source relates to the project topic and how it adds to the information already learned The source relates to the subject topic by giving a different explanation on the bombing of Japan from the information provided by other groups of people. The use of a different historical lens makes it possible to accomplish the role of explaining the bombing of Japan in a detailed way. The project topic focuses on the different lenses applied by groups of people when explaining the occurrence of historical events. The article applies a variety of the lenses and accomplishes the mission of giving a detailed analysis of the events, reasons behind the bombing and the outcomes. The combination of the different sources of information allows
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SECONDARY SOURCE ANALYSIS 4 the reader to understand the reasons behind the choice of the historical lens.
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  • Spring '14
  • S.Halpert
  • Nuclear weapon, Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Secondary Source Analysis

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