Did the U.S.A have an alternative choice to the Japan Atomic Bomb?

  • Butts or not?

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  • No reasonable options

    After the surrender of Nazi Germany, the allies turned to their last enemy, Japan. Plans had been drawn up for the largest naval operation of the time, even larger than D-Day. However, such an invasion was studied and certain to cause millions of deaths and a destruction of Japan in all aspects of life. The Japanese were determined to fight on, so an invasion of the Japanese mainland would be a long arduous battle with no end in sight. So, in order to shorten the war and bring the determined Japanese to their knees, an atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima. Even this did not convince the Japanese to surrender, and it was only with a second bomb on Nagasaki that the japanese finally surrendered.

    Despite all the horrors of these bombs, the atomic bombs did actually take less lives than an invasion would have. It was the less costly option for both sides. Whether we like it or not.

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