For: It was the fastest way to end the war with Japan which saved many allied lives. Also, here's a little published fact. Japan's attempt to launch a Nuclear (yes Nuclear) attack on the United States was eminent and therefore, a speedy end to the war was needed. Against: We would have beaten Japan anyway and so there was no need to use such a devastating method.
Moral and ethical.
To end the war.
Arguments using numbers to prove their point.
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alot of people didnt waunt to use the A-Bomb because of the destruction it causes and the fact that millions upon millions of civilion life would be lost. as well as some people feared that by unleashing this power it would bring the destruction of man kind
End WW2, ASAP.
Atomic not Atomis!
The justification for using the atomic bomb was that it ended the war , or at least ended it sooner and thereby saved countless American-and Japanese-lives .
The advocates against the use of atomic bombs mostly referred on the civilian casualties, the illness it brought and the devastation.
Most Americans thinks so.
It can cause massive, unintentional, catastrophic damage to the biotic and abiotic environment.
He wanted to end that war and collapse the ability so the Japan could not make war again.
it's illegal, unfair as some athletes have spent years naturally training their bodies
to end the war and cos japan dropped a bomb in the us on perl harbor,so that's th reason!
Radioactive waste would cause unborn babies to die/ have mutations.
I think the only good reason was to bring the war to an end.
There were several military arguments for using the atomic bomb against Japan in 1945. First, this would bring about an early surrender of Japan and avoid what would probably have been a prolonged struggle with much loss of life by US forces. Secondly, the USSR was already moving against Japan and had seized one small island (which Russia still has, even in 2013) and the US feared that Japan would become a Soviet satellite, much in the way that eastern Europe was. The Cold War began even before WW II was over. An early Japanese surrender avoided that problem.
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Using the atomic bomb would ultimately save more American lives by making a full-scale land invasion unnecessary.
He was in favor of using atomic bombs/ hydrogen bombs against North Vietnam.
During World War II, U.S. leaders, officials, scientists, and others debated using the atomic bomb on Japan primarily because of the moral implications of such an attack. They were concerned as to whether they would be justified in using such a destructive weapon -- against which there was no defense. Moreover, they were concerned as to what the future implications might be if they were the first to unleash such a weapon into the world.