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The Emergence of the A-Bomb
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The Emergence of the A-Bomb (Rough Draft)
Plan of the Investigation
I. Subject of the Investigations
a. How can our understanding of why the United States came to make the decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki be aided by studying the studying the history of the bomb and the events leading up to the decision to use it as a means of forcing Japan to surrender?
a. Develop a bibliography by researching the history of the A-bomb making us of the Milwaukee Public Library and the Internet.
b. Choosing relevant books and other sources regarding the A-bomb and World War II.
c. Familiarize myself with the subject
d. Take notes on the material and produce a summary of the good supporting evidence
e. Thoroughly evaluate the sources for their importance.
f. Analyze my evidence in its historical context
g. Develop concluding remarks consistent with my evidence.
Summary of Evidence
The idea of atomic energy emerged during the summer or 1939. Under the impression that with this new discovery, Nazi Germany could potentially create an
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