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they aided and tended to the Japanese citizens affected by the atomic bomb.b. On the ground in Hiroshima, by Dr. Hachiya was written on thru the Dates of August 6, 1945 to September 30, 1945. This writing is a compilation of writings from Dr. Hachiya personal dairy. Dr. Hachiyafrst published his diary in a small Japanese-language medical journal that had circulated among other medical members of the Japanese communications services. Later the writings were translated and edited by Warner Wells, M.D. in 1955 by the University of North Carolina Press. Dr. Hachiya was the director of the Hiroshima Communications Hospital at the time of the incident. His objective was to plan and oversee the health services that hospital provides and any medical practitioner assistance. He was a witnessing victim in this source. It is not until later, that he begins to provide medical help to other victims. Dr. Hachiya had greater stratifcation in his career choice at the time, a director of the hospital, PH.D and scientifc background. His perspective of the incident is limited to the constraints of being a victim in this source. He is nearly unaffected by race stereotypes being that he is a part of Japanese culture. Relation to Secondary Sources & to Understanding:The primary sources offer a frsthand account of the incident of experience. They offer the psychological and social aspects of being a victim of the atomic bombing. The purpose of the secondary sources is to describe the time line and events to the frsthand accounts and witness of the atomic bombing. Sean Mallory offers the idea on the American side of the atomic bomb dropping to be a lack ofcommunication for the occurrence. Miles Rufus analyzes the common stereotypes that Americans believed in that time.The primary sources offers understanding of the experience on the Japanese side and the secondary sources will be analyzed for additional information that will add the elements of the experience unfolding from the primary frsthand account experiences. The purpose is to add the psychological and social effect on why Japan may have been influenced to surrender, given their purposed feared reputation by American accounts.IntroductionIn 1942, a secret military project was established the Manhattan Project that created the frst U.S. nuclear weapon, the atomic bombs, “little Boy” and “fat man”. Theses bombs were dropped in Japan, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan did much more than simply end the war, however there were devastating long- term effects that affectedthe people that survived the bombing that lingered on for many years far beyond 1945. The aftermath caused lasting effects to the people who survived and generations to come.
6-3-2 Project 2: Research Plan and Introduction Submission The horrifc events flled the lives of innocent civilians were faced with consequences of political and government actions. The effects of the bombing not only caused physical, psychological, and cultural,