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  • The Bomb: February-September 1945
    • 00:00:35 the first bomb of Uranian was placed in a B-29 bomber

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      • 00:00:16 North Field, in the island of Tinian, in the Marianas,

      • 00:00:33 Here, in 5 of August,

      • 00:00:35 the first bomb of Uranian was placed in a B-29 bomber

      • 00:00:39 call Enola Gay, in honor of the mother of the pilot.

      • 00:00:44 One day later, before dawn, the Enola Gay unglued.

    • 00:01:10 The Bomb

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      • 00:00:48 Its white one was Hiroshima.

      • 00:00:54 The World in War

      • 00:01:10 The Bomb

      • 00:02:00 Franklin Roosevelt, president of the United States of America,

      • 00:02:04 it died suddenly.

    • 00:10:11 It was the first time that Truman was informed on the atomic bomb

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      • 00:10:04 e the agreements that could to make with Russia

      • 00:10:07 in exchange for the allotment of atomic secrets.

      • 00:10:11 It was the first time that Truman was informed on the atomic bomb

      • 00:10:15 e of its potential diplomatist.

      • 00:10:18 The Stimson asked for stops to preside over a committee

    • 00:10:25 two types of atomic bombs they had been created:

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      • 00:10:20 to decide its military use.

      • 00:10:23 In this height, and great secret,

      • 00:10:25 two types of atomic bombs they had been created:

      • 00:10:28 based one in Uranian,

      • 00:10:30 e to another one with an element manufactured for the man, the plutonium.

    • 00:18:23 The committee that studied the atomic bomb

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      • 00:18:16 While Hopkins was in Moscow,

      • 00:18:18 the committee of Stimson arrived at a decision.

      • 00:18:23 The committee that studied the atomic bomb

      • 00:18:26 it recommended unanimously that it had soon to be used,

      • 00:18:30 without acknowledgments,

    • 00:21:10 To speak of the bomb, exactly in that select group,

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      • 00:21:03 that it will go to revolutionize the wars,

      • 00:21:06 with one to be able destructive immense." I found that it had to speak of the bomb.

      • 00:21:10 To speak of the bomb, exactly in that select group,

      • 00:21:16 it was as if they were shocked, because it was a secret.

      • 00:21:21 It was comparable to say "Caveira and Tíbias" in Yale,

    • 00:24:56 they could use the atomic bomb

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      • 00:24:49 they could modify the terms of the surrender,

      • 00:24:52 they could encourage the Russians to invade the Manchúria,

      • 00:24:56 they could use the atomic bomb

      • 00:24:58 or to invade the Japanese continent.

      • 00:25:03 Truman decided to play bombs atomic in Japan without informing.

    • 00:25:33 Robert Oppenheimer and the team that he constructs the bomb,

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      • 00:25:28 In the following morning, before the dawn,

      • 00:25:31 in a remote desert in New Mexico,

      • 00:25:33 Robert Oppenheimer and the team that he constructs the bomb,

      • 00:25:37 they had attended the first atomic explosion.

      • 00:25:41 I remember a phrase of Hindu Holy Writs, the Bhagavad Gita.

    • 00:26:15 The plutonium bomb blew up

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      • 00:26:05 "Now I am the death, annihilator of the worlds."

      • 00:26:11 I find that all we think this, in a way or another one.

      • 00:26:15 The plutonium bomb blew up

      • 00:26:18 with the force of 20 a thousand tons of TNT.

      • 00:26:23 In the hour of the explosion, the desert it was changedded into glass.

    • 00:30:43 it had a different idea for the use of the bomb.

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      • 00:30:34 influence in the diplomatical exchanges.

      • 00:30:38 On the other hand, I find that Stimson Colonel

      • 00:30:43 it had a different idea for the use of the bomb.

      • 00:30:46 "It wrote the President asking for direct negotiations in the nuclear case

      • 00:30:52 e said that the relations with Russia

    • 00:31:02 to the solution of the bomb with Russia.

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      • 00:30:55 they could perhaps be irremediably ruined

      • 00:30:59 for our boarding

      • 00:31:02 to the solution of the bomb with Russia.

      • 00:31:06 If to fail the boarding now

      • 00:31:09 e alone to negotiate with them, having exhibited the ownership of this weapon,

    • 00:35:30 during the bombing, for some reasons.

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      • 00:35:22 Tibbets Colonel, with its crew.

      • 00:35:26 My crew had to fly in formation to the right,

      • 00:35:30 during the bombing, for some reasons.

      • 00:35:33 Somebody had to fly there

      • 00:35:34 e I was chosen by it for the second mission,

    • 00:36:43 it launched the bomb on Hiroshima.

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      • 00:36:30 I find that were all dreaming, therefore it was everything very calm.

      • 00:36:40 the Enola Gay, the 32 a thousand feet,

      • 00:36:43 it launched the bomb on Hiroshima.

      • 00:36:47 As soon as the airplane lost that weight

      • 00:36:50 I soon made an accented curve,

    • 00:40:58 The bombing conditions were limpid,

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      • 00:40:49 I found that it was a procession of ghosts.

      • 00:40:55 What we report they had been the effect.

      • 00:40:58 The bombing conditions were limpid,

      • 00:41:01 the target is reached and the results they were better of what we imagine.

      • 00:41:06 This was the sent message.

    • 00:42:32 because when they had played the bomb in Hiroshima

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      • 00:42:21 same e saving one day, I find that the penalty was valid. It had of being.

      • 00:42:28 I found that was completely unnecessary,

      • 00:42:32 because when they had played the bomb in Hiroshima

      • 00:42:36 we were in negotiations

      • 00:42:39 with the Soviet government,

    • 00:43:51 When it knew of the atomic bomb

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      • 00:43:44 e the Emperor would not have the courage to order to stop,

      • 00:43:48 e would not have the support to make it.

      • 00:43:51 When it knew of the atomic bomb

      • 00:43:54 I was frightened

      • 00:43:57 e said that the American people was cruel.

    • 00:44:55 that the bomb persuaded the faction warlike to accept the surrender.

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      • 00:44:48 it classified it as the greater event of History.

      • 00:44:52 The Group of Peace in the Japanese government waited

      • 00:44:55 that the bomb persuaded the faction warlike to accept the surrender.

      • 00:44:59 In the meeting of the government in 9 of August,

      • 00:45:02 the notice had been still more disturbing.

    • 00:45:45 the Americans played one plutonium bomb in Nagasaqui.

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      • 00:45:33 before the Russian envolvement they were frustrated.

      • 00:45:43 In this same morning,

      • 00:45:45 the Americans played one plutonium bomb in Nagasaqui.

      • 00:45:49 It killed 60 a thousand people.

      • 00:45:52 Exactly thus, the militant Japanese

    • 00:47:28 Exactly that a thousand atomic bombs played

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      • 00:47:16 In 12 of August, the Allies they send a cautious message.

      • 00:47:21 In this height, the army of Japan it was almost rebelling itself.

      • 00:47:28 Exactly that a thousand atomic bombs played

      • 00:47:32 same e that Japan was completely devastado,

      • 00:47:36 we cannot forget that it was in game the honor of Japan,

    • 00:50:52 In certain way, it can be said that the bombings

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      • 00:50:35 Some until had tried to disclose themselves

      • 00:50:41 against the surrender decision taking for the government.

      • 00:50:52 In certain way, it can be said that the bombings

      • 00:50:55 e the sudden attack of Russia to Japan,

      • 00:50:58 they had helped finally the war.

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