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win WWII may have been necessary at the time, however we as a nation should learn from this tragedy having sympathy is not enough because too many lives were taken and impacted. This tragedy caused ongoing continuing effects of the radiation, food scarcity, and economical downfall continued to take lives, which eventually brought down the overall political and economic structure of Japan. The events that happened in Japan during WWII will never be forgotten in history.The primary sources I used will help me to aid in the factors of some of the social/psychological effects ofthe devastating event. Additionally, they will give a time line to analyze the events afterwards. The secondary sources should attribute more to each occurrence by adding more information and depth to the analysis process of the research paper.
6-3-2 Project 2: Research Plan and Introduction Submission Additional References1. Hachiya, M. (2015). On the ground in Hiroshima, August 6, 1945: eyewitness to--victim of--the horrifcevents at the dawn of the Atomic Age. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, (1). 222. Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. (1946, July 1). United States strategic bombing survey: Japan's struggle to end the war, July 1, 1946.