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The task of compilation took the editor to primary sources at the National Archives, mainly in Manhattan Project files held in the records of the Army Corps of Engineers, Record Group 77 but also in the files of the National Security Agency. documents cited here will be familiar to many expert readers on the Hiroshima-Nagasaki controversy.
Private collections were also important such as the Stimson Diary at Yale University (although available on microfilm elsewhere) and the papers of W. To a great extent the documents selected for this compilation have been declassified for years, even decades; the most recent declassifications were in the 1990s. To provide a fuller picture of the transition from U.
Moreover, this briefing book includes new translations of Japanese primary sources on crucial events, including accounts of the conferences on August 9 and 14, where Emperor Hirohito made decisions to accept Allied terms of surrender.
This material sheds light on the considerations that induced Japan s surrender.
Alperovitz treats this entry as evidence in support of the atomic diplomacy argument, but other historians, ranging from Robert Maddox to Gabriel Kolko, deny that the timing of the More updates on training missions, target selection, and conditions required for successful detonation over the target.
Moreover, the collection includes for the first time translations from Japanese sources of high level meetings and discussions in Tokyo, including the conferences when Emperor Hirohito authorized the final decision to surrender. A nuclear weapon of the "Fat Man" type, the plutonium implosion type detonated over Nagasaki.