Hiroshima, Nagasaki Weren’t Cause of Japan’s Surrender – Historian

You do not become a senior fellow @BASIC unless a card carrying pipe line prole.

Isn’t that RT mupbitch annoying in the extreme?

There were five flashes in the period 44-45 and the two that worked properly were lit off on the correct solar and the correct terrestrial geometry. FFS!

Stalin was a clean up man for the mob.

Socio-Economics History Blog

  • Published on Aug 6, 2015
    WATCH THE FULL EPISODE HERE: https://youtu.be/NJ_Fmnp3-Qk 

    Today marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. While the conventional narrative claims that the gruesome event led to the capitulation of Japan and the end of WWII, new evidence suggests that the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not decisive. What implications does this have for the strategy of nuclear deterrence and the value of nuclear weapons in modern geopolitics? Oksana is joined by Ward Wilson, senior fellow at the British American Security Information Council, to look at these issues.


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