What choices did Truman struggle with in the summer of 1945?
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Yea so after they joined right?
Ok what decision did he have to make?
First, the war in Europe had ended; Germany had surrendered in May. The massive war machine that had been assembled in Europe could now be transferred to the Pacific. Overwhelming numbers of troops, ships, warplanes, and war materials would be available to throw at Japan.
Well didnt the USA want revenge?
what did they do for that revenge
They bombed Hiroshima
Yea so he had to make a decision to bomb them or not :D
"In the White House from 1945 to 1953, Truman made the decision to use the atomic bomb against Japan, helped rebuild postwar Europe, worked to contain communism and led the United States into the Korean War (1950-1953)"
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