Far more people would have died in our efforts to defeat Japan. The country would have been blockaided until the Emperor surrendered, the Allies would have continued to use conventional bombs on the large cities, and when the Allies finally DID invade Japan, many Allied soldiers would have died. It was a difficult decision for the president to use that device, and although it seems evil now, there weren't many alternatives. * A third bomb would have been ready in less than a week and a fourth was being manufactured.
The US was responsible for this action. Japan was responsible in that they had attacked the US Fleet at Pearl Harbor and had failed to heed the call for them to surrender.
We failed to completely take over their country. You'd think that only the French would surrender after winning. Oh, and we should have taught them proper English.
He failed to pin down the Russian Army and force a surrender.
The German army failed to force a U.S. surrender.
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They entered WWII in 1941 following the attack on Pearl Harbor (12/7/1941). They fought Japan into May, 1945. When Japan failed to surrender, we dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Still failing to surrender, we dropped another bomb on Nagasaki. They surrendered on August 14 unconditionally, which has become known as V-j Day (Victory over Japan).
Several failed attempts were made to take Vicksburg by river and by land before Grant finally realized that cutting himself off from his own line of communications and encircling the city, investing it by siege, was the way to force its surrender from starvation.
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It would still have happened, but slower.
No. They fought bravely until they were beaten into submission by the US and two cities destroyed by atomic bombs. Japan Surrendered at the emperor's orders but even then there was a failed coup d'etat by the Japanese army that did not want to surrender and fight to the last man woman and child on Japan.
they failed and were short lived
Catholics did not regain power
the japenese government failed .. apex
He was drug tested and failed.
He failed to renew his contract with the TV show.
it made many attempts but failed
There are a few reasons why Thomson's atomic model failed. It did not consider the reasoning behind atomic reactions or neutrality. It was just a visual he created with electrons placed haphazardly on a proton base. That arrangement is why it is commonly known as the plum pudding or raisin bun model.
The U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 and three days later another one on Nagasaki. On August 12 the Japanese Emperor Hirohito announced to his cabinet and war council his intent to surrender rather than see his country and people laid waste. After a failed coup attempt by elements of the Japanese army to prevent the surrender, the intent to surrender was announced to the world on August 14. On August 17 all hostilities ended when the Emperor of Japan broadcast his capitulation bringing the Pacific war to an end. The official surrender document (Instrument of Surrender) was signed by Japanese dignitaries on September 2, 1945 aboard the Battleship USS Missouri.