Justification! The war was not America’s Lives lost The need to end the war
A war that was not America’s Sneak attack Unprovoked
The war was ending Reconstruction Europe was reclaimed Germany
American lives Projected American casualties Projected Japanese casualties Those already lost
Justification! Necessity Europe Lives lost Estimated lives lost without the bombs
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Overview The bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were justified! Although these bombings were tragic for the Japanese people, as a patriotic American, I feel it was the best choice.