Hiroshima+Nagasaki casualties

Russell Turpin deafbox@hotmail.com
Wed, 08 May 2002 19:58:17 +0000

John Hall:
>The two main differences between WWI and WWII was that
>1) Surrender was total and in Germany, the German army surrendered in 
>Germany not in France.
>2) Reparations from future labor of the countries involved was not sought.

There also was the occupation of Germany and Japan, the
former in zones by the US, France, and England, the
latter solely by the US. In both Germany and Japan, the
western nations engaged in significant and unprecedented
exercises in nation building. And in both cases, it
worked in unprecedented fashion.

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