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Created by John Eipper on 08/26/10 5:02 AM


The Myth that Hiroshima Was Necessary ... (Cameron Sawyer, USA, 08/09/22 6:12 am) We have noted on WAIS the grim anniversaries of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima a few days ago, and today, that of Nagasaki. I have been deploring these barbaric acts against defenseless civili ...
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"A Short History Lesson: 1945" ... (David Krieger, USA, 08/15/22 11:00 am) On the subject of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I'd like to share two poems: A SHORT HISTORY LES ...
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The Atomic Bomb was Not a Justified Retaliation ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/12/22 4:27 am) Excellent post from Cameron Sawyer (9 August). President Truman said: "They (atomic bombs ...
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My Father and the US Invasion of Japan ... (David Duggan, USA, 08/11/22 4:24 am) My father, USMC 2d Lt. James G. Duggan, was on the island of Maui on Aug. 9, 1945, waiting for order ...
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