Reasons why the atomic weapons was the right thing for the United States to do in order to end the war
The united states decided to apply atomic weapons to quickly and speedily bring the war to an end and reduce further losses. As a result, several Americans saw the attacks as an act of pearl harbor retributions, thereby causing many Americans to lose their lives in a bloody war with japan (Bandarra, 2019). However, the united states directed the atomic bombs in the two Japanese cities, Nagasaki and Hiroshima which led to 210,000 deaths in august 1945. This was a way of trying to bring japan down as well as making them surrender forcefully. Again, President Truman had been warned by his advisors upon the japan invasion claiming that it would lead to increased deaths and casualties. As a result of the fear, he ordered atomic weapons to end the war speedily. However, the American bomb specialist Enola Gay sent a bomb weighing 5-ton to Hiroshima's Japanese city (Baron & Herzog, 2020). Therefore, the use of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima is seen to be justified and thus taken as moral since it aimed at bringing about a lot of victories and the prevention of more deaths on the American side.
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