The Atomic Bomb
The first atomic bomb was tested on July 16,1945 in Alamogordo New México. Later that year president Roosevelt died on April 12,1945. Then Harry S. Truman took over. The little boy bomb was finally dropped on August 6,1945 in Hiroshima. A couple days later the Soviet Union declared war agents Japan on August 9,1945 on Nagasaki.
The next day the fat man bomb was relest on August 9,1945. Then bomb nick named little boy killed 100,000 people. The bomb nick named fat man killed 40,000 people. Both little boy and fat man made Japan surrender on September 2, 1945. On that day the United States celebrated V-J day.
Was it ethical for the United States to drop the atomic bomb on Japan? I think it was ethical for the U.S the drop atomic bomb in Japan. The first reason is that it ended the World War 2. Also when the U.S made Japan surrender they made it V-J Day.
Who was president Frankiln Roosevelt? Roosevelt was born on January 30,1882. He was born in Hyde Park, New York. Frankiln was married to Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. He was the thirty-second president. His years of being president were 1933 – 1945. Then on April 12, 1945 in warm springs, Georgia president F. Roosevelt died. Leaving be hind his wife Anna Roosevelt.
Succeed by his vice president Harry S. Truman. Once he became president he decided to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Truman was born on May 8, 1884 Lamar Missouri. He became the thirty- third president after F. Roosevelt died. Truman was married to Elizabeth Virginai Wallace Truman. Truman deccide to retire at the age 88. Truman died December 26,1972. Truman died in a stubborn fight for his life. As Truman died in a fight for his life he left behind his wife Elizabeth was stayed President since 1945-1953.
Elizabeth V. Truman was born in February 13,1885. Her and Harry got married in June 1919. She moved on with her four sons to live her life. Also she enjoys to visits her husband. Once she died she was buried beside her husband Harry Truman.
Anna F.Roosevelt was born on October 11,1884. Anna was in engaged in 1903. Then Anna was married to Frankiln Roosevelt in 1905. The first time anna went in the white house she in 1933 she know the conditions better than any of her predecessors. Transformed the role of First Lady accordingly. After the President's death in 1945,she returned to continued her life. She was pronounced dead in New York City November 1962.
What is the atomic bomb? The atomic bombs killed more than 140,00 people Japan during World War 2. The bomb was a success to be dropped Japan. Atomic bomb is one of the power fullest bombs in the world. How powerful is the atomic bomb? The atomic bomb is as powerful as 910 metric tons of TNT. When was the atomic bomb though up? Albert Einstein was thinking of making a powerful bomb. He in formed President A. Roosevelt about the bomb he was thinking of making.
In World War 2 1,270,000 of people died trying to defend their countries. Like when little boy was dropped. Also when fat man was dropped. Those two bombs ended the war over Japan. That’s why the United States made V-J Day. The United States had V-J Day, after the Japan surrendered.
How did we get in to the war? The reason why we got in to the war is because Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor was attack in December 7,1941 by Japan. Pearl Harbor was attack was because the United States could not reach it in time. Other people say the United States just wanted to enter the war so they let Japan attack them. A few years passed and then we fought back agents Japan with the atomic bomb in August 6, 1945 and August 9, 1945. In those days the bomb was first dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
How many people died from the atomic bomb? It was hard estimating the total amount of people that died in the atomic blast. The amount of people that died in Hiroshima was about 200,000 and the amount of people injured in Hiroshima was 69,000. Then in Nagasaki about 100,000 people died, 25,000 were injured. Hiroshima population went down by 255,000. Then Nagasaki population went down by 195,000. The total casualties of Hiroshima 135,000. The total casualty from Nagasaki was 64,000.
The causes of death in Hiroshima were death by getting burned, by falling debris, and other. The percent of people burned to death was 60 percent. The percent of death from falling debris was 30 percent. The amount of people that died from other was 10 percent of other deaths. What were the cause of death in Nagasaki were, burned to death, then by falling debris, also death by flying glass, and by other. The percent of death by burning to death was 95 percent. How many people died from falling debris? 9 percent. The percent of death from flying glass is 7 percent. The percent of other deaths were 7 percent.
The first atomic bomb little boy went as far as 1.5 mile radius. The bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima nick named little boy killed about 200,000 people. The bomb was named little boy because it was smaller than fat man. As you know the first atomic bomb was dropped on August 6,1945. The bomb destroyed 50,000 out of 72,000 building. Then when the bomb nick named fat man was dropped it killed about 100,000 people died. The atomic was only used two times in warfare. How many bombs did United States have? The United States had 3. They used one for testing then the other two on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The city of Nagasaki was one of the largest seaports in the southern part of Japan. Then the atomic bomb was dropped and destroyed the one of the largest seaports in southern Japan.
little boy: A nickname for the atomic bomb that the United States used
fat man: A nickname for the atomic bomb
accordingly: (adj). in a way that is appropriate to the particular circumstances.
casualties: (n). a person killed or injured in a war or accident.
debris: (n). scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed.
radius: (n). a specified distance from a center in all directions.
warfare: fighting, war, combat, conflict, (military) action, hostilities; bloodshed, battles, skirmishes.
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