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1: Dear Diary, Today was a terrible day, a bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. Thousands of people died including my mom. She became badly burned dew to the shock of the bomb. The burns were to much for her to handle and she past away. The streets were filled with burned people, it looked like there were shadows walking around. Their faces were black and their arms were badly blistered. It was a sad day for everyone. My home was destroyed by the blast. I have no idea were I will stay tonight.

2: March 1943 - Researchers begin arriving in Los Alamos, New Mexico and begin the process to design the bomb. July 16, 1945: The United States successfully detonates the world's first atomic bomb at the Trinity test site in the desert of New Mexico. | December 1941: Japan bombs Pearl Harbor and the United States enters World War II. January 19 1942- Roosevelt approves Vannevar Bush's report from November 27, 1941 to produce the atomic bomb. 1942: Physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer becomes director of the Manhattan Project, a U.S. government program formed to secretly build and test an atomic bomb. The project originally began to counter | A bomb is hitting a ship at Pearl Hrbor. This was a main spark of the bombing in Japan | This is a picture of the bomb that hit Hiroshima, its name is """Little Boy. This was the smallest of the two bombs."

3: August 9, 1945: An atomic bomb is dropped over Nagasaki, Japan, by a B-29 bomber piloted by Maj. August 9, 1945: Three days after the Hiroshima bombing, President Truman speaks to the nation in a radio address: "The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a military base." By this time, the United States had already dropped its second bomb on Nagasaki. | August 6,1945: The first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon is dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, at approximately 8:15 a.m. Nicknamed "Little Boy," the bomb is released from the Enola Gay, a B-29 bomber piloted by Brig. Gen. Paul Tibbets. It explodes 2,000 feet above ground, killing 80,000 people instantly. One of the main arguments for use of the bomb by U.S. officials is that it would force Japan to surrender unconditionally. | The picture above shows what the bomb looking like when it went off. This is called a mushroom cloud | The picture above shows what Hiroshima looked like after the bomb went off. many building were completely destroyed during the bombing

4: August 15, 1945: Japan surrenders, ending World War II March 1945 - Firebombing in Tokyo results with 100,000 casualties. | This is an article about the Japanese surrendering the war. The Japanese surrendered the war in September 1945 | This is a picture of fire bombs being dropped on Hiroshima. The fire bombs killed many people before the atomic bomb was even dropped.

5: Dear Diary, It has been three days since the bombing. The ashes of people still haunt the streets. You can still smell the fumes the bomb left behind. People still roam the streets,there are still no homes for anyone. I have been sleeping under some ruble from the bomb. Its and old house that was destroyed from the bomb. I sleep under a roof of an the house, part of it is still around.

6: An atomic bomb hit Hiroshima August 6, 1945. The was equal to 200,000 tons of TNT. Many people were killed during the blast. Many were not found because the bomb disintegrated in the blast. | The atomic bomb ended the war between the US and Japan. Many people died from the radiation after the bombing happened.

7: The Atomic bomb hit Hiroshima August 6, 1945 The bomb killed 70,000- 80,000 peopel | Japan Surrenders and World War II Ends: June 1945-September 1945.

8: This is a picture of a burned victum from the bombing. She has burns all along her face and down her arms. Some of her burns are also from the radiation from the bomb. | This is what Hiroshima looked like after the bombing happened/ | This is a picture of the mushroom cloud the bomb made when it went off.

9: Dear Diary, The days become longer and longer. The burns on my skin are starting to turn into calluses. My face is chard from the burns and the radiation has created red spots on my skin. Many people are dying from the diseases that were caused by the bomb.

10: (left) The bomb was so powerful that it burnt peoples close right on their skin.(right) This lady has burns on her face from the radiation of the bomb. | Hiroshima was completely destroyed from the bombing. Few buildings were left standing.

11: This is the bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki. Its name is FATMAN | This is someones clock during the bombing. All clocks in Hiroshima were stopped at 8:15 the time the bomb was dropped. | The is Enola Gays plane. IT was the plane that dropped the bomb on Hiroshima | This is the out line of a person who was standing next to a wall during the bombing . They say its the shadows of the people

12: WORK CITED | The Manhattan Project. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2010. . | The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print. (book) | Sherrow, Victorria. The making of the atom bomb. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, n.d. Print. (book) | The Day The Earth Shook. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2010. .

13: The Bombing of Hiroshima, 1945 . N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2010. . | 1945: US drops atomic bomb on Hiroshima. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2010. .

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