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Even as early as 1945 there were those who believed that the Atomic bombing of Japan was unnecessary and in the attached notice you can read a letter to the editors of Yank Magazine in which a reader responded to all those believing that the bombings were unjustified, explaining that he was heartily sick of reading those

"pious cries of horror that come from the musty libraries of well-fed clergymen and from others equally far removed from the war".

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       *Watch a Clip Concerning Robert Oppenheimer and the Creation of the Atomic Bomb*

One of the First Letters to the Editor in Favor of the Bomb (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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