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Sparrow  After-math  Photo 44   Central Hiroshima, September 1945. The building at the centre is now the Hiroshima Peace M...
Sparrow  After-math  wounded.123 Taking into those factors, the figures were revised down from 380,000 killed and 1.6 mill...
Sparrow  After-math  kill prisoners who became hostile. These orders were no different to how Japanese prisoners of war we...
Sparrow  After-math Proclamation Defining Terms for Japanese Surrender Issued, at Potsdam, July 26, 1945  1.  2.  3.  4. 5...
Sparrow  After-math  But the Potsdam Declaration was conditional. In exchange for demilitarization, occupation, and punish...
Sparrow  After-math  A more obvious problem faced by the Japanese leadership was that, by accepting the Potsdam Declaratio...
Sparrow  After-math  Britain Empire was vulnerable against Japan. Churchill wanted to get the United States into the war, ...
Sparrow  After-math  The Soviet Union had some intentions of occupying Hokkaid  .148 When a Soviet general confronted Doug...
Sparrow  After-math  The official British history, The War Against Japan, also states that the Soviet declaration of war  ...
Sparrow  After-math effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.    The lethal possibiliti...
Sparrow  After-math that Kyoto is an intellectual center for Japan and the people there are more apt to appreciate the sig...
Sparrow  After-math weapon. Hiroshima has the advantage of being such a size and with possible focussing from nearby mount...
Sparrow  After-math  Truman insisted that the effects of Japan witnessing a failed test would be too great of a risk to ar...
Sparrow  After-math  Essential to the propaganda campaign against the Japanese, the United States used images and vocabula...
Sparrow  After-math  The United States strategy to use aerial bombing is a complete turnaround from its earlier positions....
Sparrow  After-math  of the Convention was to ban the use of certain types of modern technology in war, including bombing ...
Sparrow  After-math  The Allies proclaimed that Japan   s unprovoked attacks on 7 December 1941 were undeclared acts of ag...