The Invention Of The Atomic Bomb And Its Use



In 1945, the first atomic bomb in the world was dropped on Hiroshima. There is still discussion that the dropping was really necessary or unnecessary. I think that America should not have dropped the atomic bomb because I can not understand the necessity of the dropping of the atomic bomb for America.Then, why did America invent the atomic bomb? The reason had very much to do with the World War?.
America was the first country that succeeded inventing this weapon, and that invention was epoch-making at that time. In fact, the able doctors in Germany, which was the enemy of the Allied Forces including America, found the principles of the atomic bomb at first, and Nazis made them invent the ...

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project team experimented with the atomic bomb for the first time, and they realized that they succeeded inventing the first atomic bomb. How was it a milestone? I will explain the mechanism and the power of the atomic bomb. Ronald Takaki explains the principle of it in his book. "There is an atom that releases two neutron at the same time absorbing the one, when a neutron causes a nuclear fission. Much uranium causes a chain reaction of such a nuclear fission, and huge energy is released."(26) The atomic bomb is the weapon that utilizes the energy. According to Takashi Hiraoka, the energy par one kilo ton of uranium corresponds to it par fifteen kg of TNT powder. Even B29, which was the biggest bomber in the world in those days, could load only 5 ton of the usual bombs, so the power of one atomic bomb corresponded to bombing by more than three thousand B29s.(116)
Thinking of the circumstances at that time, it becomes clear that America tried to invest the atomic bomb for ...

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government. In addition to that, he also introduces lots of American soldiers' feelings under the war. They help us to understand why most Americans think that the atomic bomb was used in a good way under the war.

On the contrary, Ariatsu Nishizima strongly disagrees with the then government's decision. He supports his own opinion, thinking from the various views. As well as Ronald Takaki, he introduces some opinions whose people agree with it. After that, he tries to make it clear that their opinions are wrong, based on the fact of the then circumstances.

Shiho Nakazawa thinks of this problem from the different point of view. She does not write about the atomic bomb itself. She ...

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