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Papers On U.S. History (20th Century)  (Page 8)
Hiroshima & The Bomb : A 5 page essay explaining why the
U.S. was wrong to detonate a nuclear weapon over
Hiroshima at the end of World War II. No bibliography.

Hiroshima & The Bomb # 2 : 5 page review of Herbert Feis'
book "The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II."
Central to discussion is the idea that the U.S. did not
necessarily "have" to explode atomic weapons over Japan in
order to end the conflict. Approximately 4 extra sources are
listed and cited in bibliography. Abombwhy.wps

Atomic Weapons In World War II / A Bad Effort at
Impressing the World? :
A 5 page paper examining the
reasoning behind the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima
and Nagasaki Japan during World War II. The writer
concludes that this was a senseless move on the part of the
United States given that Germany had already surrendered
and Japan was on the verge of collapse. Bibliography lists
four sources. Fatlit.wps

Hiroshima & Nagasaki / Dropping The Atomic Bomb Saved
Lives :
A 6 page paper discussing how the decision to use
atomic bombs on Japanese cities saved lives. Bibliography
lists 6 sources. Bomb.wps

Development Of The Atomic Bomb / “Oh My God, What
Have We Done!?” :
An 11 page paper discussing the history
and development of the atomic bomb. The role of J. Robert
Oppenheimer and the Manhattan Project itself are also
discussed. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Oppen.wps

Saki: His Life and Times : An eight page paper looking at this
British writer, whose real name was H.H. Munro but who
wrote under the pen name of Saki. The paper explores the
early experiences which may have contributed to the author’s
acquisition of his unique, cynical wit. Bibliography lists 12
sources. KBsaki.wps

Truman, Oppenheimer and Teller / The Bomb Debate :
A 10 page research paper exploring Truman’s decision
regarding the hydrogen bomb, the events leading up to its
development, and the moral arguments between scientists
Robert Oppenheimer (against) and Edward Teller (for). The
writer argues that although Oppenheimer’s argument should
have won, it could not, given that science evolves from prior
discovery and cannot be stopped. Even Oppenheimer was
intrigued by Teller’s creation, and scientists who were
anti-nuclear activists continued to work in the field.
Therefore, hope for a different outcome is a romantic view of
reality. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Cnhydrbm.wps

“From Rifles To The Atom Bomb” – Weapons Of World
War II :
This 9 page paper reviews the variety of weapons
developed and implemented during World War II (mostly by
the United State). Bibliography lists six sources.

World War II -- Arguing That ‘Oil Won the War’ :
A 7 research paper which argues that U.S. oil production was
a vital element in the Allied victory. The writer demonstrates
how the tremendous need for fuel ultimately crippled both the
German and the Japanese forces and how the U.S. oil was
instrumental in aiding the Allied forces - particularly a
battered Great Britain in 1942. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

General George Patton -- Bred to Be the Man He Was :
A 15 page paper describing Patton and his life and what it
was that makes him a man that was bred to be a soldier. That
is to state that he was not born to be a soldier. He was in fact
trained and educated to become one. A general description of
his life helps illustrate the points made. Bibliography lists 11
sources. Gpatton.wps

U.S. Imperialism & Japan : A 5 page paper that provides an
overview of post-1945 imperialism in Japan. This paper
demonstrates the reasons for US imperialism, the influences
that the US involvement had on Japan and the relationship
that developed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Usimp.wps

FDR vs. Stalin At Yalta : A 5 page paper promoting the
argument that FDR was ‘duped’ by Stalin at the Yalta
conference in 1945. Some background included on Stalin
along with references to specific incidents showing how he
manipulated the president in addition to other prominent
figures. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Fdryalta.wps

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