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On July 26, 1945, the Allies delivered the Potsdam Declaration to the leaders of Japan, which they rejected. Six days after the bombing of Nagasaki, they accepted the exact same terms. I wish they hadn't waited ...

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki WWII Japanese Surrender PowerPoint

Created with PowerPoint 2007This presentation includes 24 slides discussing the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during WWII. Topics cover The Manhattan Project, the Potsdam Declaration, MacArthur and Operation Downfall, Truman's ultimate decision, "Little Boy" and "Fat Man," Japan's surrender, and V-E Day." Information is from History.com.

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July 26, 1945: Potsdam Declaration Japan Surrender Terms and Churchill Swept from Office - http://www.crackedhistory.com/july-26-1945-potsdam-declaration-japan-surrender-terms-churchill-swept-office/

1945, 08/14 Yudkin Patriotic Cover - Japan Accepted the Potsdam Declaration

Safa Şahin / Potsdam Declaration Kısa Bot / ÜCRETSİZ KARGO

Safa Şahin / Potsdam Declaration Kısa Bot / ÜCRETSİZ KARGO | zet.com

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"Jewel Voice Broadcast", was the broadcast which Japanese emperor Hirohito read the Imperial Rescript on Termination of the War announcing that the Japanese had accepted the Potsdam Declaration demanding the unconditional surrender of Japan at the end of World War II. Speech given August 15, 1945 after the Battle of Okinawa, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Hirohito's speech marked the first time in history that an Emperor of Japan had spoken to the common people.

1945 – The Potsdam Declaration is signed in Potsdam, Germany. | Potsdam Declaration Document

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