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Dear people of America and the World, in the past few weeks, since the dropping ofthe atomic bomb on Hiroshima, I have been asked to state my thoughts on this action. Many people have said that what we have done is no different then the actions of Hitler's Nazi Army ,for whichthey have been charged for War Crimes , and we should be punished in the same manner. In fact, though, we never directly targeted civilians in any strikes against Japan at any time. The Japanese ,unfortunately and deliberately placed their military facilities and targets in residential areas so that it would be impossible to have strikes on these targets without hitting and taking civilian lives in the process.
Still you may ask why use such an "over powering" weapon, why not just go in with regular bombs and soldiers? We took this action because the Japanese are a very strong people who will fight till the very end and never surrender. Thus by dropping this weapon and taking out so many targets at once , we have shown them that we have this power and will use it to end this war as quickly as possible without putting our boys in danger .I believe this will end this war very quickly. Also ,as I said before, this was intended to destroy the military facilities only. I am aware of the vast amount of non-military casualties, but the Japanese knew by placing these military facilities in residential areas, there would be severe civilian casualties.They thought that by doing this, anyone who lead an attack on their country,would be the bad guys, and they would appear to be the victims. You must understand and realize that we did not start this war. We had nothing to do with the war. We were brought into it by the Japanese and their un-provoked attack on Pearl Harbor.
We the United States of America, were not the "light of the fuse " that started this war, but we do intend to be the ones to put it out .It is only by using this Ato

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The novel that I chose to do my report on is Hiroshima, by John Hersey.I chose this book because I have a strong interest in Japanese and wartime events.Ifirst came across this book in Collection 18 of my American Literature book.This Collection, titled “The Wages of War,” features thefirst chapter of the book.When this book was written in 1946, American literature was going through major changes. Having recently escaped the monotony of modernism, it moved into the lively, personal writings of the Beat style, literary journalism, and postmodernism. The post WWII era of literature was highlighted by many serious works by writers looking for an outlet for what seemed to be a world of merciless killing and apathy.On this backdrop were written such famous literature as Catch-22, The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner, and perhaps most influential of all, Hiroshima. When this book was released, the great scientist Albert Einstein ordered a thousand copies, The New Yorker ran an entire issue devoted to it, including the entire text of it, and the American Broadcasting Company had it read aloud on its radio stations nationwide.The Book-of-the-Month Club even distributed free copies because they said no book “could be of more importance at this moment to the human race.” It was almost difficult for me to review a book about which the New York Times wrote “Nothing that can be said about this book can equal what the book has to say.It speaks for itself, and in an unforgettable way, for humanity.”But I did, and here it is.
Modern war, waged with highly sophisticated weaponry, is often described in numerical terms; how many missiles fired, how many targets annihilated, how many people killed.In the face of such abstraction, writers force us to confront the personal element in war.By telling us about the details of other people’s lives, writers remind us that, even in war, we are all – friend and foe – human beingsfirst an…