Hiroshima and Nagasaki
- U.S president Harry. S Truman decided to drop to atomic bombs on Hiroshima, 6 Aug. 1945. And Nagasaki 9 Aug. 1945
- There were about 100,000 that died instantly in Hiroshima.
- There were almost 70,000 killed in Nagasaki.
- The radiation killed many more in future years.
- After the bombings, the Japanese surrender.
The end of the war was signalled in 1945 by U.S president Harry Truman. He had decided to drop two atomic bombs three days apart on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 100,000 Japanese people were killed instantly in Hiroshima, while on 70,000 were killed at the bombing of Nagasaki. Unfortunately, the consequences of the bombings continued as the exposure to radiation killed mass numbers of people in the future. Finally, Japan surrenders to the United States after the fact.