aviation 101



Thesis: August 6, 1945, was the date that Hiroshima and then three days later Nagasaki
were bombed by the two strongest weapons ever unleashed upon a major civilian
population, thus changing the course of history forever.

The Bomb
I. Creation of the bomb
A. Einstein and Szilard from Germany
i. Einstein
ii. Szilard
B. Manhattan project
i. Presidential involvement
ii. production involved in the bombs
a. Little boy
b. Fat man
II. The bombing
A. Hiroshima
i. The explosion
a. Heat
b. Wind
c. Radiation
ii. Immediate affects
B. Nagasaki
III. Long term effects
A. effects of Radiation on Japan
B. Global affects
i. Global warfare
ii. Peace organizations



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Thesis: August 6, 1945, was the date that Hiroshima and then three days later Nagasaki
were bombed by the two strongest weapons ever unleashed upon a major civilian
population, thus changing the course of history forever.

The Bomb
I. Creation of the bomb
A. Einstein and Szilard from Germany
i. Einstein
ii. Szilard
B. Manhattan project
i. Presidential involvement
ii. production involved in the bombs
a. Little boy
b. Fat man
II. The bombing
A. Hiroshima
i. The explosion
a. Heat
b. Wind
c. Radiation
ii. Immediate affects