Harry S. Truman
The President's News Conference of August 8th, 1945
Wed Aug 8, 2007 21:54
 

 
Harry S. Truman
The President's News Conference of August 8th, 1945

THE PRESIDENT. I have only a simple announcement to make. I can't hold a regular press conference today; but this announcement is so important I thought I would call you in.

Russia has declared war on Japan! That is all!

[Much applause and laughter, as the reporters raced out]
http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/print.php?pid=12166
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Debating the American Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
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http://www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/2010/atomic.htm

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Atom Bomb essays
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI (GENSUIKIN)
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http://www.gensuikin.org/english/photo.html

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http://www.cnss.org/CNSS%20Views%20on%20S1927.htm

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Hiroshima: Sec. of War Henry Stimson's Aug. 8, 1945 Memo
August 8, 1945 at 10:45 AM. I [Sec. of War Henry Stimson] did not get in until ... I told him the problem of the effect of the atomic bomb on the necessary ...
http://www.doug-long.com/memo8845.htm
 


 

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