These include how Japans factories were producing little, if any, weapons due to the severe lack of oil and other raw materials thus greatly inhibiting progress.
These perspectives are often put into three categories: the question of Was it truly Necessary?
, and its counter-argument, along with demolition and effects.
Cancer was prominent and due to radiation fallout it took hold of many survivors and even generations to come.
The charts seen at the bottom can more accurately show the devastation and effects caused by the two bombs as well as the picture.