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67 years ago, the US ended a terrible war.

Little Boy went to work.

Today there are people who claim this was a terrible act, an act of barbarism.

Perhaps it was.

But it began the process which ended the war, and with fewer casualties than might have been had the war been ended in the conventianal way.

To judge those decision made then, today, is foolish and shortsighted.


Let us recognize the day.

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  1. We 'now' have the benefit of hindsight, and those people who are practicing revisionist history very convienently ignore the potential for loss of an estimated 1,000,000 Americans if we had invaded the Japanese homeland, and an untold number of Japanese dead in that defense…

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