Why did Australia drop bombs on Japanese in World War 2?
They were at war with each other and, to my knowledge they did not bomb the Japanese mainland only where Japanese troops were based, New Guinea for example.
The ultimate decision to use the bomb or not lay with the President of the United States. The bomb was originally built to use on Germany. Once it was defeated they had to consider whether or not to use it on Japan to motivate them Japanese leaders to surrender and capitulate to the Potsdam Declaration. Based on all the information provided to President Truman he chose to drop the bombs in the hopes of ending…
The dropping of the bombs saved about a million lives of both Allied and Japanese. The Japanese would not have given up, it is not in their culture, they would have fought on men, women and children. The use of the atomic weapons showed to the Japanese that it would take only one plane and one bomb to level a city.
The reason for using the Atomic Bomb in WWII was to prevent an invasion of the Japanese homeland. If the U.S. would have invaded the Japanese homeland there would have been more casualties both American and Japanese and WWII would have lasted longer. People say the U.S. should have never have dropped Atomic Bombs because the Japanese didn't drop A-Bombs on them, but the Japanese would have if they could have.
There were a lot of animals used in world war 2 , but the main ones were dogs:especially great Danes, and pigeons too. Great Danes were used to drop bombs. They had bombs attached to their necks, and then they would drop the bombs. So did pigeons. sad news:HITLER POISONED HIS OWN GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG!!