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Following World War II, why was the Kuomintang in far worse shape than the Communist Party of China even though both fought against the Japanese?
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answer the following questions in the form of a 500 word essay: In your opinion, was the use of atomic weapons justified under the circumstances? If nuclear weapons had not been used, approximately how much longer would the war have lasted? What effects would a more protracted war have had on the U.S. and Japan?
Weegy: Atomic Weapons Were Not Needed to End the War or Save Lives ... [ But most of the top American military officials at the time said otherwise.Just before Japan's surrender, but before the atom bomb was dropped, Japanese middle school girls (ages 12 and 13) were being trained to attack invading American soldiers with sharpened bamboo polls. This information was related to me by a Japanese American friend whose mother was one of thousands of girls being trained. This is just one example of the extremes the Japanese military, which controlled the government, was willing to go to avoid defeat. So it seems obvious that (1) Japan was not ready to surrender before the atom bomb was dropped, and (2) millions of Japanese civilians, including children, would have died had the bomb not been dropped.A bomb the war might not have ended. I also think that the attack on Pearl Harbor was not necessary because there was no warning or negotiation prior to the attack from what i know. I could be wrong and am opn to opinions. But from the japanese side pearl harbor was necessary and the atom bombs were not. But here is the thing, Japan was expecting a ground invasion, not a bomb, sommany americans would have lost their lives. Heres the end of the arguement, both sides can justify what they did in the war, but put yourself in this situation, if you had a weapon of power that could end a war without any lives on your side being lost, Would You Use It?According to what i have read we knew that Japan was going to attack us we just didnt know when or where. Second the only reason japan attacked us was because we were supplying their enemy and cut off oils supllies with japan. The friend of the enemy is also my enemy is what japan went by not to mention that we did some black op attacks agianst japan. the secerary of the state at the time is on record saying in order to enter the war japan must hit us first. ] User: Research one of the following styles of decorative arts: ... (More)
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