How did Truman justify the united states atomic bombing of japan?

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Ending thw war sooner and saving tens of thousands of Allied and Japanese lives......
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What were the pros of the United States dropping the atom bomb on Japan?

This may just be opinion to many including my self, but the pros to dropping the atom bomb on Japan were these: 1. It ended the war since Germany had already surrendered. 2.

Why did the United States drop atomic bombs on Japan?

The U.S. Dropped the Atomic Bombs on Japan because our president beleived that it would save lives in the long run. (especially American lives) Also no one knew the after effe

Was the United States justified in using the atomic bombs against Japan to end World War 2?

That depends on who you ask. If you ask a Marine or soldier in the Pacific in 1945, they would probably agree that it was justified. The casualty projections for the invasion

Was the United States justified in using the atomic bomb against Japan in World War 2?

This is a question which will never be answered; but will always be asked.. Some historians say "yes". It saved lives from a possible invasion of Japan.. Some historians say

How did Truman justify the United States' atomic bombing of Japan?

At the time, no one questioned it. Hundreds of cities had been bombed to ruins during the preceding six years, and millions of civilians killed in the process. The atomic miss
In Japan in WW2

Why did the United states use a atomic bomb on Japan?

Every other option available to the Allies would have resulted ingreater loss of life. The bombs, in the words of President Harry S.Truman, represented the "least abhorrent ch
In Japan in WW2

How did Truman justify the use of atomic bombs in Japan?

They ultimately ended up saving lives. Every other option availableto the Allies would have resulted in more bloodshed than wasexperienced in the bombings, and no other course