14. Why did Harry Truman decide to drop the atomic bomb on Japan?
He thought the bomb was much safer than other weapons of the day.
He wanted to destroy Tokyo.
He wanted to end the war as quickly as possible.
He wanted to test the atomic bomb.
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"In the lead up to the Trinity test, the top priority for President Truman was to end the war as quickly as possible with the fewest U.S. casualties."
"Ending the war at the earliest possible moment - The primary objective for the U.S. was to win the war at the lowest possible cost. Specifically, Truman was looking for the most effective way to end the war quickly, not for a way to not use the bomb."
I'm doing a test right now, but I can try. just close this question and open a new one :)