Thirty Seven years ago President Truman of the United States of America dropped atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. When he learned of the successful attack on Hiroshima he leapt up in the air and exclaimed, ‘This is the greatest thing in history.’1
Truman and his generals had known for some time that Japan was going to surrender anyway. But that was not their only concern. They had other reasons too for wanting to drop the Bomb.