Atomic bomb over Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Atomic bomb over Japan , Hiroshima (Left) , Nagasaki (Right)

In 1941, Japanese ambassadors went to negotiate with American ambassadors for not interrupting their invasions over Asia, but the Americans refused and the Japanese ambassdors ordered "Tora Tora Tora" (トラ・トラ・トラ) meaning tiger in Japanese. When the Japanese air forces recived the command, they quickly ordered the Airborne which they planned secretly to fly over Pearl Harbor and bomb it, the soldiers on Pearl Harbor were completely surrounded by Japanese bombs, loads of American died, but there was a hero, an African cook, Dorie Miller who single handed shot down several Japanese bombers, the American soldiers had a hard time setting up anti-aircraft guns but Miller did not had any worries, he ran to operate a macine gun already installed on the deck and open fire at the Japanese bombers.(More about attack on Pearl Harbor)

Albert Einstein, a Jewish scientist born in Germany, had moved to the United States whe the war started. In the United States, he found out the principal of neuclear energy. Soon other scientist began to invent bombs with the neuclear energy Einstein founded, they tested the bomb in a lab but used a smaller bomb which would do no harm to anything. In 1945, B-29 bomber, Enola Gay took off with the bomb towards Japan, they flew over 1,500 miles into Hiroshima and dropped the bomb at 8:15 on the morning of 6th August in Japan, but the Japanese still didn't surrender. Later, on the 9th of August, the United States dropped another atomic bomb on Japan, they originally wanted to drop it in the city of Kokura but cannot find the city in bad weather so they dropped it in Nagasaki instead, but Nagasaki's formation was hilly and so less radiation blast effected the villages and the causalties in Nagasaki was lower then in Hiroshima.