World War II The Effects On a Nation

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World War II: The Effects On a Nation “Great events have happened. The World is forever changed and it is time for sober thought.” - Henry Stimson, Truman’s Secratary of War, said this after the events of World War II. World War II was one of the most contriversal events in military and political history. The events that led to it’s beginning and end were historic in their own rights. From the sudden …

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…another bomb. This is one decision that the world will forever see as horrifing. Works Cited Black, Wallace. Hiroshima and the Atomic Bomb. New York. Maxwell Macmillian Internatinal, 1993. Cayton, Andrew. America: Pathways to the Present. Needham, Mass. Prentice Hall, 1998. Chandler, David. Chronicles of World War II. Wayne, NJ. CLB Inc., 1997. O’Neal, Micheal. President Truman and the Atomic Bomb. St. Paul, Mn. Greenhaven Press, Inc., 1990. Young, Robert. Hiroshima: Fifty Years of Debate. New York. Dillion, 1994.