Do you believe that the U.S using atomic bombs on the Japanese was a good idea?
It was a horrible thing to do, but Tojo was willing for millions to die drawing out the war for years.
Damn straight, kudos. "HST"
Well, it quickly ended the war. If we did anything else, it would have cost many more American lives.
Far better than any other alternative.
Japan had already surrendered. I am serious. They just wanted to show Stalin they had a bomb.
No they hadn't
With one term, let them keep the emperor.
No, Japan said they would never surrender. After every man was killed they would just train every woman and child to fight. America didn't really want that, so we just nuked them till they surrendered. And the ONLY reason they surrendered after the second bomb was that they thought we had more.
No, the ONLY reason they surrendered was because the Soviets had declared war and invaded Manchuria. They then knew they couldn't win. Also, only a few crazed politicians actually wanted to fight to the death. The US agreed to the same terms after the bomb as were offered before the bomb. Did you know that?
As of 12/44, the Japanese had gone all-out with training all civilians for armed combat; by 8/45, they had been at it for almost 9 months. "Crazed leadership" had led Japan since the late 20s. Civ/mil estimates of casualties =~ 500-750 thousand.
Socialist you're wrong on this topic. Not sure where you got your info but Japan was preparing to fight a land invasion
No, with Manchuria they decided they were doomed, it wasn't the bomb. So they offered peace, but we declined, nuked them, then made peace on the terms already proposed.
Oh yeah? Post your source
Here's a source that's as credible as yours socialist, www.conservativedailynews.com/2015/08/rebuttal-of-ward-wilsons-blatant-lies-about-nukes/