Japan didn't surrender before the bombing because they wanted to get more favorable terms of surrender. The emperor wanted to maintain control of the nation and they did not want an occupation force that would keep them from building another military. On the other hand, the rest of the world did not want Japan to build their military and attack again, so the rest of the world required unconditional surrender. The Allies had already suffered enough loss during the war and did not want to send a million soldiers to their death in an invasion of Japan, so since the Emperor refused to surrender, the Allies used nuclear weapons to force compliance. There really was no other choice to President Truman at the time.
The Japanese did not surrender because they had too much honor. Their emperor would not accept defeat and their people would fight to the death. They were not afraid and even after the bombs were dropped they didn't surrender. The Japanese surrendered because of the Soviet's threat to attack them.
There would have been NO surrender.
The failure of Japan to surrender after the bombing of Hiroshima.
It was the measure to make Japan surrender in ww2.
The United States called for a surrender of Japan in the Potsdam Declaration on July 26, 1945, threatening Japan with "prompt and utter destruction".
There none before the bombs. Japanese were willing to dye fighting.
The one dropped on Nagasaki.
Japan agreed to surrender about a week after the Nagasaki bombing.
Actually, Japan knew it was time to surrender. History gives us details and we can write more than 20 pages on the subject.
Them bombing us first.
They did surrender, because lots of their people died from the bombing.
Japan refused to surrender after the bombing of Hiroshima.
The bombing of Hiroshima, they surrender after the bombing of Nagasaki.
The Allies required unconditional surrender of the Japanese forces. The war in Europe had ended months before. When surrender did not come after the first bombing, a second bombing was carried out about 3 days later. About a week after the second bomb, Japan surrendered. See link for more details.
No. The bombing of Pearl Harbor caused the US to enter the war against Japan.
No, Japan didn't immediately refuse after the bombing of Hiroshima. After the bombing, Emperor Hirohito (the Japanese leader during the Second World War) went into consultation with the Imperial War Council (of Japan) where they were deciding whether or not to surrender. However, three days after the bombing of Hiroshima, America bombed Japan again, this time in Nagasaki. Roughly a week after the Nagasaki bombing, Emperor Hirohito on 15 August 1945 announced surrender via radio broadcast. He officially surrendered in written agreement later that year on 2 September 1945.
to bring an end of WW2, but also to make japan surrender
In fact they were and in fact, they were such fools. Knowing the war was lost for everyone in the axis side, they didn't surrendered in time.
After the atomic bombs, Japan surrender unconditionally since then, nothing happen in Japan without the US knowing it.
japan didnt wanna surrender so America used the a bomb.
Most people think so.
The US and Japan were at war. The US called on Japan to surrender- Japan refused. After 2 atomic weapons were dropepd on Japan, they surrendered.
Yes, without it the Japanese would probably never surrender.
The bombs were dropped on 6 and 9 of august 1945 and Japan surrendered on the 14th, so the answers is yes.