Hiroshima monograph​

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The writer needs to read the above named article (Link to the text will be provided) and answer the questions below.

One: According to the book, why was Hiroshima such an ideal target for American bombing?

Section Two:

a. Discuss the experiences of one of the central characters in this book.

b. Explain what you think the author's purpose was in telling so many individual anecdotes about life before the bomb.

Section Three: List and describe some of the side effects from radiation sickness.

Section Four: Explain why the medical and rescue efforts had so little impact on the survivors’ behalf, immediately following the blast.

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Hiroshima Monograph
Part 1. According to the book, why was Hiroshima such an ideal target for American
bombing?
A new era in human history began on Monday, 6th August 1945. “He felt a sudden
pressure, and then splinters and pieces of board and fragments of tile fell on him. He heard no
roar. (Almost no one in Hiroshima recalls hearing any noise of the bomb)” “Hersey pg. 10” It
was during this day that the Americans dropped an atomic bomb in Hiroshima in Japan, causing
the death of over 60,000 people and 100,000 people injured. after this incident, the second world
war came to an end. There are various reasons that explain why Hiroshima was the ideal place to
drop the bomb according to the book. One of these reasons was that Hiroshima was strategically
positioned and therefore it could be easy to accomplish the purpose of the USA army on
bombing. Hiroshima was a home to a majority of the people si...

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