Defending the Old European Order, which was unplugged by the 28th President of those United States
and otherwise rejecting anything Wilsonian or related, wherever it might be
It is estimated that it would have cost the Allies 150,000 lives to invade Japan via regular means. Also, a rather grisly armaments scientific mode of thought was prevalent to see just what the effects of a nuclear bombardment would be.And thirdly it has been suggested that the Japanese General Staff could have been invited to watch a bombardment of a Pacific atoll and asked to surrender.... but this didn't take into account of a most vocal American section of political opinion that thirsted for revenge for the sneak attack on Pearl Harbour.....
However, sir, the Empire of Japan was beforehand ready to surrender. What stood in the way, was the Allied insistence on total, unconditional surrender.
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