No,it is crime against humanity
The first operational combat deployment of the B-2 Spirit was during the NATO air strikes against Serbia during the 1999 Kosovo Campaign.
the ancient Islamics invented the sword
Very much the same as before, except in Hiroshima & Nagasaki where the two bombs were dropped.
The president of the United States of America at the time of the Atomic bombs attacks on Hiroshima & Nagasaki was President Harry S. Truman
electrical - about 1000Mwatt, physical - varies with design, can't give exact figure. The reactor itself, in a typical 1 GW plant, is smaller than you might think: about the size of a large bathroom or small bedroom. The containment vessel is comparatively huge, and largely empty.
The most famous one is probably the Barrett M82/M107. However, rifles have been manufactured by several companies, both in the NATO standard 12.7x99 and the Soviet/Russian 12.7x108. Companies manufacturing such rifles include Barrett, MacMillan, Zastava, NORINCO, Accuracy International, and several...
Nations that are known or believed to possess nuclear weapons are sometimes referred to as the nuclear club. In order of acquisition of nuclear weapons these are: the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and China.
Well if you don't know its a bomb and its actually called nuclear bomb, nuke is short for nuclear. It has the power to destroy a whole NATION. And to answer your other question it looks a missle. if don't know what a missle looks like, you can look up Missles and or nuclear bomb on Google images
Charlemagne is said always to have carried a sword. Also his favorite sword is said to have been one called Joyeuse. Joyeuse is mentioned in literature many times, and remained important as a relic of Charlemagne's life. I have not seen a reason it was so important to Charlemagne, but the is a link...
The thirty o six was an American round, so it seems unlikely that a Belgian arms company would use this round in a weapon..
You are correct. The 30.06 ( .30 for 1906) was the standard round adopted by the.
U.S.A. prior to WW1, at that time for the Remington bolt action rifle. In turn, it was used...
Very few atomic bombs are actually designed to explode on theground, usually they explode at a significant altitude to spreadthe damage out as far as possible. Those that do explode on the ground come in three types: .
contact burst - explodes on contact to destroy hardened surfacetargets ....
According to the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the population in Japan in October 1940 was estimated to be 73,114,308; in November 1945 the population was estimated at 71,998,104. Japan was visibly a thriving country that was hit very hard by the bombing.
same place as the original one but it has to be during a thunderstorm or else it will just be a regular statue
absolutely & unquestionably if you want reasons, thats a different question
At the end of World War II, few questioned Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Most Americans accepted the obvious reasoning: the atomic bombings brought the war to a more timely end. They did not have a problem with over one hundred thousand of the enemy being...
How is a nuclear power plant safe?
That would vary wildly upon the bow and the arrow. There are many different types of bow and probably a fair few different types of arrow.
i is used for drugs when young teens get a hold to it and it is used in war still and only for the bad people
The term arms race , in its original usage, describes a competition between two or more parties for real or apparent military supremacy.
No, it is called an atom bomb because it derives its power from splitting uranium and/or plutonium atoms.
He was born in the US in 1840.
If your looking for a nuke the best killsteaks are; Harrier - Chopper gunner/ Ac130 - Nuke. Try using A silenced machine gun, Try silenced ACR Scavenger/ one man army Hardline/ Stopping power/ cold blooded Ninja/ Scrambler/ commando pro ------------- Its best to camp slightly but...
In political term- Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. In technical terms: MunirAhmed khan and later Abdul Qadeer Khan. Bhutto and Abdul Qadeer,these names remain at the top of Pakistan Nuclear Program
Uncontrolled nuclear fusion reactions.
A hand grenade is an anti-personnel weapon that explodes a short time after release. The French military term grenade probably comes from the shape of the pomegranate fruit, which is also called grenade in French.
The Cuban Missile Crisis of October, 1962, was the closest we've been to a nuclear exchange. See the link below for more detailed information.
Surface or shallow subsurface bursts.
It wasn't because guns weren't invented back then, because they were. They were too bulky and heavy to carry around, however. A rapier was a light weapon which was easily carried. There was already in the Elizabethan era an art of fencing (which Mercutio refers to when talking about Tybalt's method...
'Nukes' are Nuclear Weapons A nuke is also called an atomic bomb Or it is called a hydrogen bomb Splitting a single atom in half creates a nuclear explosion Nukes cause great damage They could destroy huge cities
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More, of course. Newer safer reactor designs, hopefully breeders.
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Machine guns, airplanes, U-boats, tanks, artillery guns, mustard and chlorine gas. They still used rifles with bayonets on them.
Tan or khaki is cooler than darker colors in tropical climates.
Four were completed prior to Japan's surrender: .
MK-III, Gadget; tested at Trinity site in NM .
MK-I, Little Boy; dropped by the B-29 Enola Gay on Hiroshima .
MK-III, Fat Man; dropped by the B-29 Bockscar on Nagasaki .
MK-III, unnamed; arrived in San Francisco on August 18, returned to Los Alamos...
It was originally invented as a more efficient method of transmuting elements for scientific experiments.
To create a quick end to World War II.
The main (and the most publicly announced) reason was to induce Japan to surrender, so that the US would not have to lose more lives in an invasion. There were other major considerations, as well: -- Avoiding the destruction of Japan : the Japanese had already suffered thousands of deaths from US...
As fast as you can pull the trigger...
They impacted the war by making the Japanese surrender almost immediately after they were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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A supercritical mass of fissile material rapidly assembled with explosives, then triggered by a carefully timed pulse of neutrons from a neutron source. That's about as simple and general as it gets.
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Pros The are some of the strongest bombs. They can end wars. What the bomb doesn't destroy, the radiation will. Cons They are bad for the environment. They could easily kill innocent people. They are big and heavy.
Here are some of the main weapons used by the ground troops of ww2: Germany: MP-40, STG-44 (MP44) , Kar 98K, Walther P38, Flammenwerfer (Flamethrower), FG-42, MG-42, and the Gewehr 43. USA: M1 Garand, Springfield, Colt .45 1911, .357 Magnum, Thompson, "Grease Gun", M1, M2, M3 Carbines, M1897...
Einstein was a pacifist and thus against all war. But he was also wise enough to see the horrible consequences to civilization should the Nazis build and use nuclear weapons! Thus when approached by Leo Silard with a letter to FDR recommending research on the bomb, he willingly signed it. Thus...
off by one year, 1945
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If Hirohito had decided that regardless of what happened, the Japanese would never surrender, it could have been decades before we brought Japan to heel, and the country would have been destroyed. The Japanese people were unimpressed by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: more had died in...
No. Atomic bombardment was act of intimidation and new weapon test. Both Japan cities were civilian without any military infrastructure. By the way many Japan pupils think that bombs were Russian! The only real and ready-to-fight 1 million Japan Quantun Army based in Manjuria was destroyed by Red...
not at all, it is insignificant.
it signifies the fall of a former saintlike position
they have nuclear missiles. and they have many powerful explosives. and yes massive bombs.
That depends on type of radiation, dosage, and area exposed.
Harry Truman authorized the use of atomic bombs against Japan.
First used by the German army in 1917, mustard gas became one of the deadliest poisonous gases used in WWI. People who come in contact with mustard gas, or "yperite," would usually get the following effects: blistering skin, extremely sore eyes, vomiting, and internal and external bleeding. Also,...
The American names for the torpedo bomber and dive bomber was the Kate and the Val . The fighter escort was the Zero .
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Harry S. Truman was the US President at the end of World War II. The only two atomic bombs ever used in warfare were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, on August 6 and August 9, 1945.
The place where they gave the atom bomb was where their planes were.
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Check with the VA regs; but more than likely, each nation takes care of their own veterans. The US VA probably only takes care of US vets. Thai veterans would probably have to be treated by their Thai Government.
Scratchwood services on the M1
That varies with design. They have been built as small as under 11 inches diameter to as large as 80 feet tall by 20 feet diameter..
Little Boy was 10 feet long by 4 feet diameter. .
Fat Man was 10 feet long by 5 feet diameter. .
The Gadget was 5 feet in diameter. .
Today nine countries are possessing nuclear weapons. The five nuclear weapons states United States, Russia (formerSoviet Union), United Kingdom, France and China, are the onlycountries allowed to have nuclear weapons according to theNon-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) from 1970. All members of the United...
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No one has used it recently.
go to the circle next to it and push a then swing the remote in circles like it shows on the screen.
There have been at least two. The Queen Mary served as a troopship in World War 2, and the Queen Elizabeth II ( and the Canberra ) was refitted as a troopship in the Falklands War. There may have been others in the World Wars. Also, the Brittanic was used as a hospital ship in World War I until she...
air burst .
surface burst .
underground burst .
Presumably it came part and parcel with the invention of the atomic bomb. Two atomic bombs, dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, caused Japan to surrender to the United States in World War II, and ended the war in the Pacific. To date, these remain the only times a nuclear bomb...
No they had an opening hatch that opened by a lever which released the atomic bomb. So there was no need for people to push it off, but if there was no opening then there would have been a possibility.
It was created in the German army in 1901.
yes they did have bayonets in the English civil war. They also had Pike men .
It started with the Soviets setting up launch bases, in Cuba, that could hold Inter-Mediate Ballistic Missiles (IRBM). After a lot of laws and failed missions, the Soviets decided that they will remove the missiles from Cuba, if the US would remove the missiles from Turkey, and around Europe.
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