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What it was like to survive the atomic bombing of Hiroshima

What it was like to survive the atomic bombing of Hiroshima

In the article "What it was like to survive the atomic bombing." Hiroshima was devastated by the bombing. everyone was devasted at the bombing barely anything was left and no one could believe it. Nearly 140,000 people died from the bombing they lost there whole city and no one was left happy.
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I chose this article because it talks about what a bombing could do to you in this situation and that there's nothing you can do about it. This article will teach you the deviation of bombing any were and that if you survive then you will be left in misery. you should read this article 1st.

washingtonpost.com
AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Bombings

AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Bombings

In the article "The first atomic bombs: (Little boy) and (Fat man)." The Little boy and the Fat man were the first two atomic bombs and the bomb could only be exploded if they had the detonator. The fat man bomb or the Nagasaki bomb was surrounded by 64 explosives charges which at the time was very deadly and no one wanted to deal with it because they were afraid.
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I chose this article because it tells about our past most deadliest 2 bombs ever and how it affected the lives of the people. This article will teach you how the little boy and fat man destroyed many things and how they were made and what damage it can do to anyone.

atomicbombmuseum.org
AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Bombings

AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Bombings

In the article "The first atomic bombs: (Little boy) and (Fat man)." The Little boy and the Fat man were the first two atomic bombs and the bomb could only be exploded if they had the detonator. The fat man bomb or the Nagasaki bomb was surrounded by 64 explosives charges which at the time was very deadly and no one wanted to deal with it because they were afraid.
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I chose this article because it tells about our past most deadliest 2 bombs ever and how it affected the lives of the people. This article will teach you how the little boy and fat man destroyed many things and how they were made and what damage it can do to anyone. you should read this article 2nd

atomicbombmuseum.org
Newsela | "Doomsday Clock" a metaphorical measuring stick for the world's end

Newsela | "Doomsday Clock" a metaphorical measuring stick for the world's end

In the article "Doomsday clock a metaphorical measuring stick for the world's end." Nuclear weapons are becoming too powerful these days. The Doomsday clock predicts when a disaster will happen. The clock was close to midnight because we were having a nuclear war everyone was afraid that the clock would hit midnight which means the end of the world and no one wants that.
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I chose this article because it teaches you what a doomsday clock is and how we were close to the end of mankind. This article will teach you that we are getting closer and closer to the end of our but we can change that by not making any more nuclear weapons. you should read this article 4th

newsela.com
AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Pursuit of Peace

AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Pursuit of Peace

In the article "U.S. Nuclear weapons reduction." The United States was producing too many weapons. The weapons being produced had about 20,500 megatons or 20 billion or 40 trillion tons of TNT that was equivalent to 1,400,000 Hiroshima's and people did not like this at all.
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I chose this article because it teaches you about how deadly are bombs are getting now these days and why we should we care. This article will teach you the demand for bombs and how powerful they were compared to Hiroshima bomb. This article should be read 3rd by anyone.

atomicbombmuseum.org
AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Pursuit of Peace

AtomicBombMuseum.org - The Pursuit of Peace

In the article "U.S. Nuclear weapons reduction." The United States was producing too many weapons. The weapons being produced had about 20,500 megatons or 20 billion or 40 trillion tons of TNT that was equivalent to 1,400,000 Hiroshima's and people did not like this at all.
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I chose this article because it teaches you about how deadly are bombs are getting now these days and why we should we care. This article will teach you the demand for bombs and how powerful they were compared to Hiroshima bomb. you should read this article 3

atomicbombmuseum.org