What are the effects of the nuclear bombs on Japan?
A couple million people that did not die and billions of dollars of industry not destroyed in the joint US and USSR invasion scheduled to begin in late August 1945 and take over a year. This helped Japan recover from the war much sooner than otherwise.
The effects of the only nuclear war ever fought were roughly 200,000 Japanese dead and 2 Japanese cities destroyed. The war last only 3 days and consumed only 2 bombs (a third was being prepared for use a few weeks later if Japan did not surrender). Bombs are larger now and there are plenty of them ready to go. So its impossible to predict effects of another nuclear war, except that it will be far…
Countries use nuclear bombs to pronounce dominance to the world and show that they are not to be messed with. They are also a quick, extremely hard blow that kill many and can end conflict extremely fast, like in WWII the United States dropped two bombs on Japan and very soon afterwards, Japan surrendered because the fear of more bombs had weakoned civilian morale and Japan could not take another hit like that.
Easy. Basically there were two types of nuclear bombs (Atomic bombs). One is fusion and the other is fission. Fusion bombs are Hydrogen bombs that were only invented and tested on 1950s. When America drop the bombs on Japan , it was fission type. Both Uranium and Plutonium in Hiroshima and Nagasaki respectively.