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Why was the Manhattan Project kept top secret? The United States did not want Great Britain or France to know that it had nuclear technology. No one was sure if the atom bomb would actually ever
work and they didn't want negative feedback. The Allies were afraid that the technology would be stolen by spies belonging to Germany or Japan. The United States was developing the technology illegally and with stolen technology and materials.
Why was the Manhattan Project kept top secret? The Allies were afraid that the technology would be stolen by spies belonging to Germany or Japan.
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User: Why was the Manhattan Project kept top secret? The United States did not want Great Britain or France to know that it had nuclear technology. No one was sure if the atom bomb would actually ever work and they didn't want negative feedback. The Allies were afraid that the technology would be stolen by spies belonging to Germany or Japan. The United States was developing the technology illegally and with stolen technology and materials.

Weegy: Why was the Manhattan Project kept top secret? The Allies were afraid that the technology would be stolen by spies belonging to Germany or Japan.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10346|

User: The development of the atomic bomb led to later technologies, including the invention of television and remote control devices new technologies for protecting people from blood poisoning the use of nuclear energy to produce electricity in power plants the use of different types of nuclear bombs in subsequent wars



Weegy: The development of the atomic bomb led to later technologies, including the invention of television and remote control devices.
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User: The Potsdam Declaration issued the ultimatum to Japan that it agreed to surrender immediately to Allied forces submitted itself to permanent occupation by Allied forces began a negotiation process with the U.S. only agreed to sign a truce by the end of 1945



Weegy: The Potsdam Declaration issued the ultimatum to Japan that it agreed to surrender immediately to Allied forces.



User: What did the use of atomic bombs during World War II lead to? a ban on all nuclear weapons for all developed countries for years in the future the need for a global regulatory body to monitor the use of nuclear weapons a sharing of all nuclear weapons technology to make all countries equal an arms race between the United States and Soviet Union









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Which of the following is not a long-term health effect of the atomic bombings on Japan? the development of cancers like leukemia increased likelihood of mental retardation in future generations increased likelihood of future generations having birth deformities inability to undergo x-rays because of false results
Weegy: Which of the following is not a long-term health effect of the atomic bombings on Japan?inability to undergo x-rays because of false results User: Many Americans approved of the use of atomic weapons on Japan despite their destructive power because they believed they were justified in striking first in order to protect themselves they were eager to see if this new technology was effective in preventing wars they believed that the atom bomb would cause no more damage than regular bombs they were told that it was the only certain way to defeat the militant Japanese empire Weegy: they were told that it was the only certain way to defeat the militant Japanese empire they were told that it was the only certain way to defeat the militant Japanese empire. [smile] [ ] User: What was one of the major reasons why the Manhattan Project was initiated? The United States wanted to prove its military superiority over the other countries. The Allied governments feared that Germany was developing atomic weapons. The United States needed a weapon to use in future wars against the USSR. The Manhattan Project was only intended to develop peacetime uses for atomic energy. Weegy: The Allied governments feared that Germany was developing atomic weapons. n 1938 many people feared that Hitler would build an atomic bomb after word spread that German scientist had split the uranium atom (fission). [ However, one of Hitlers mistakes was his persecution of Jewish scientists. This persecution resulted in numerous scientists seeking asylum in the United States. One such scientist was Albert Einstein. Einstein, abandoning his belief in pacifism, urged then president Franklin Roosevelt to develop an atomic bomb before Hitler did. Eventually Roosevelt agreed and the United States attempt at building the atomic bomb was codenamed The Manhattan Project. ] (More)
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