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The bombing of cities in Britain, Germany, and Japan destroyed buildings and killed thousands of civilians
Bombs dropped for 2 days in Feb. 1945 Firestorms killed as many as 100,000 people
President Truman decided to drop atomic bombs (2) in Japan Thousands died in an instant Bombing of Nagasaki leads to Japan surrender; WW II is over
Political tensions, suspicions, and a conflict of ideas led the U.S. and Soviet Union into the Cold War.
Feb 1945 “Big Three” (Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin) meet to discuss 2 things: ◦ How to end WW II ◦ Bring peace
Allies agree trials should be held 1945-46 Nuremberg Trials charged Nazi leaders with war crimes Some sentenced to death
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