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Due to the massive destruction caused by atomic bombs, the Japanese emperor ordered his government to surrender on August 15, 1945 and this date became known as a. Armistice Day. c. V-J Day. b. V-E
Day. d. Veterans Day. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Answer is: V-J Day. Due to the massive destruction caused by atomic bombs, the Japanese emperor ordered his government to surrender on August 15, 1945 and this date became known as V-J Day.
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