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Q: What was one of the long-term consequences of the United States' use of atomic weapons during World War II?
A: Cancer from radiation exposure will occur over the entire lifetime of exposed populations. [ For example, only one-half of the predicted numbers of cancer have occurred in the people exposed to the radiation produced by the atmospheric weapons tests and the explosions of the US atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki that took place 50 to 60 years ago. More at: ]
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User: What was one of the long-term consequences of the United States' use of atomic weapons during World War II?

Weegy: Cancer from radiation exposure will occur over the entire lifetime of exposed populations. [ For example, only one-half of the predicted numbers of cancer have occurred in the people exposed to the radiation produced by the atmospheric weapons tests and the explosions of the US atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki that took place 50 to 60 years ago. More at: ]
Expert answered|yeswey|Points 1712|

User: Which statement explains why the Manhattan Project was an important part of the United States' strategy for winning World War II? It gave the United States the weapons that forced Japan to surrender without an Allied invasion. It prevented Germany from developing weapons that could reach the North American mainland. It supplied the Allies with the weapons and ammunition needed for its successful invasion of Normandy. It led to the production of large numbers of aircraft used to win the air war in Europe and the Pacific.



Weegy: Which statement explains why the Manhattan Project was an important part of the United States' strategy for winning World War II? It gave the United States the weapons that forced Japan to surrender without an Allied invasion.
Expert answered|yeswey|Points 1712|

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