What forces of war caused the us to drop atomic bombs on japan?
The battle for Okinawa supported the decision to use the Atom bomb.
Japan refused to surrender, because, it was against their national policy to surrender. Pres. Truman ordered the dropping of two atomic bombs and Japan surrendered. It was either two atomic bombs or invasion of Japan. Invasion of Japan would have made the war last another year, and killed a lot more people than the atomic bombs did.
The dropping of the two atomic bombs and the armed forces of Russia being near Japan motivated the Emperor of Japan to finally surrender. The Emperor realized that his country could be annihilated into oblivion if the Allied Forces invaded Japan. He had no idea the US had no more atomic bombs, but he did assume it.
The Atomic bomb was important because it forced the Japanese out of World War 2. Seeing so much devastation caused by two bombs was enough to convince the Japanese to surrender to U.S. forces. Without the bombs, Japan would've fought on, and a mainland invasion of Japan would've cost hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops casualties.
Japan refused to surrender. Japan did not believe in surrender, and hated people who did surrender instead of dying to the last person. Pres. Truman dropped two atomic bombs on Japan and Japan surrendered. It was either two atomic bombs or invasion of Japan. Invasion of Japan would mean that the war would last another year and kill a lot more people than the atomic bombs did. Japan surrendered after Nagasaki was bombed, not after…
Two atomic bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. With the prospect of further atomic bombs being dropped by the Americans, Japan had either to fight onto the bitter end, or surrender. Thankfully, by Japan surrendering, further bloodshed of American forces and Japanese civilians was avoided.