Hiroshima3

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Hiroshima3







The bombing of Hiroshima is one of the most memorable events
In all of United States history. Because of this, many people

done research and written about it. One of these people is John

Hersey.

In his book, Hiroshima, Hersey examines the events and

aftermath of the atomic bomb as seen by residents of Hiroshima.

Hersey explores their reactions and events as they occurred and

the medical effects of the atomic bomb. He also brings up the

moral aspects of the bombing by posing the question "Was it

really necessary?"

Hersey's style of writing about people, not just events

intrigued me. Because of his more personal style, I wanted to

read more about what was going on at the time. I have studied

the subject matter in the past and want to further my knowledge

by learning more about the time period, history, politics and

People. In writing my research paper, I hope to achieve this

goal.



The first part of my paper will contain background
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