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Hiroshimas legacy of doubt

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Social Studies High School High ELL

Hiroshima's Legacy of Doubt

The atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan ended World War II in 1945. At the time, Americans were happy the war was over and some people even wanted to drop more atomic bombs. This radio story describes how Americans’ attitudes towards dropping atomic bombs on Japan changed from mostly positive to mostly negative, in the years after the second World War.

World History II World War II

Story Length: 5:47

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AIR DATE: 08/01/2005


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