anonymous
  • anonymous
i need history help nobody in history is helping! medal for the correct answer! "On August 6, 1945 as the Enola Gay approached the Japanese city of Hiroshima, I fervently hoped for success in the first use of a nuclear weapon. To me it meant putting an end to World War II. I viewed my mission as one to save lives." With which principle associated with the Nuremberg Trials would Tibbets agree? a. A soldier must always follow orders. b. War criminals must be put on trial for their misdeeds. c. The destruction of towns and cities constitutes a war crime.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
answer choices: a. A soldier must always follow orders. b. War criminals must be put on trial for their misdeeds. c. The destruction of towns and cities constitutes a war crime. d. Individuals are accountable for their actions even during war.
anonymous
  • anonymous
you have to look from the point of view of what the crew from the enola gay felt they were bringing -----an end to the war specifically http://www.enolagay.org/----look at what winston churchhill says on this site since he dovetails with what tibbet says ---to help you just remember what these men had uppermost in their mindset---wanting the war to come to an end because if it didn't there would be a specific nuance of war that would have to happen over and over again which would result in more lives being taken---and in their mind if they didn't end it )(the war) the other option would actually be more bloody

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