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The first atomic bomb used in warfare was dropped on the city of A. Tokyo. B. Nagasaki. C. Hiroshima. D. Nanking.
The first atomic bomb used in warfare was dropped on the city of: HIROSHIMA.
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The first atomic bomb used in warfare was dropped on the city of: HIROSHIMA.
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