Japan Surrendered

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Debate Over The Atomic Bombings Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki - Opposition - Militarily Unnecessary
... documents, and interviewing hundreds of Japanese civilian and military leaders after Japan surrendered, Nitze reported "There is little point in attempting precisely to impute ... might have been shorter had the political structure of Japan permitted a more rapid and decisive determination of national policies ... the atomic bombing attacks, air supremacy over Japan could have exerted sufficient pressure to bring about unconditional surrender and obviate the need for invasion ...
Mohammad Hatta - Proclamation of Independence
... By August 1945, Japan was on the eve of defeat ... The next day, on 15 August 1945, Japan surrendered to the Allies ... Hatta and Sukarno then went to Maeda who confirmed that Japan had surrendered to the Allies ...
Monsun Gruppe - Japanese Salvage
... U-181 (type IXD2 cruiser) became I-501 and was scrapped at Singapore after Japan surrendered ... became I-502 and was scrapped at Singapore after Japan surrendered ... UIT-24 (originally Cappellini, then Aquilla III) became I-503 and was found at Kobe when Japan surrendered and scuttled by the US navy in Kii Suido ...

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