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REMEMBERING PEARL HARBOR DECEMBER 7, 1941

Posted in Atomic Bomb, Hiroshima, Japanese Madness, Josef Stalin, Kamikaze, Nagasaki, Pear Harbor 1941, President Truman, Soviet Union, World War 11 on December 7, 2012 by sheriffali

Japan, using Kamikaze Pilots attacked an innocent and unprovoked Nation – The United States of America and awaked as the Japanese Emperor said; “A sleeping Giant!”

 

It is undeniable that “War” is evil but it is also undeniable that from the inception of Mankind, War has been the front and center of the very existence of Mankind. Almost the entire Old Testament (Bible) are filled with never ending Wars, hence, one has to wonder; “Is Mankind and War Indivisible and is War going to remain front and center during the existence of “Mortal Man in this Mortal World?”

 

Kamikaze means – A Japanese aircraft loaded with explosives and making a deliberate suicidal crash on an enemy target, but the “literal” meaning of “Kamikaze is “Divine Wind.” [Just imagine, using Divine within the realms of such “madness!] 

 

Subsequent to Japan’s bombing of Pear Harbor America and Japan had been at war ever since December 7, 1941. However, after the United States successfully detonated the world’s first atomic bomb in July 1945 test, President Harry S. Truman and fellow Allied leaders, Josef Stalin and Clement Attlee, issued the “POTSDAM DECLARATION,” “an ultimatum for Japan to surrender unconditionally or face “prompt and utter destruction.”

 

Japan refused to accept the term on July 29, 1945 and President Truman authorized the use of the atomic bomb. On August 6, 1945 the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima. Still, Japan refused to accept the terms of the Potsdam Declaration and on the morning of August 9, 1945, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan and then the United States dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki.

 

It was only after the two atomic bombs bombing, Japan accepted the Potsdam terms and unconditionally surrendered to the United States on August 14, 1945, a day know as Victory in Japan or V-J, Day. It marked the end of World War 11.

 

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PEAR HABOR - JAPAN'S MADNEESS DEC 7 1941