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Would more American soldiers have been killed if they had attacked by land instead of dropping the atomic bombs?
At least 100,000 more. Michael Montagne Without question, as the Japanese defense of Okinawa demonstrated, any invasion of Japan would be bloody not only for the invaders, but also the defenders.
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