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But in April nineteen forty-five, the scientists told the new president, Harry Truman, that they were almost ready to test their invention.
Just three months later, they exploded the world's first atomic bomb in the desert in the southwestern state of New Mexico.
Truman had to make a difficult decision. He knew the atomic bomb would cause widespread death and suffering if it was used on a Japanese city.
But he was willing to do anything to avoid the need for American troops to invade Japan.
In Japan, a new prime minister and government were searching for a way to end the war.
But Truman believed that the Japanese were still not ready to surrender. And he felt it was his duty to end the war as soon as possible.
On August sixth, nineteen forty-five, the first atomic bomb fell on the city of Hiroshima.
Three days later, a second A-bomb fell on the city of Nagasaki.
但是在1945年4月,科学家告诉新晋总统哈里・杜鲁门,他们准备好测试他们的发明了。
仅三个月后,他们在西南部新墨西哥州的沙漠中爆炸了世界上第一颗原子弹。
杜鲁门不得不做出艰难的决定。他知道,如果向日本的城市投放原子弹,将造成大量伤亡和苦难。
但他愿意做任何事来避免美军入侵日本。
在日本,新首相和新政府正在寻找结束战争的方法。
但杜鲁门认为,日本人还没有准备好投降,他觉得尽快结束战争是他的责任。
1945年8月6日,第一颗原子弹落在广岛市。
三天后,第二枚原子弹落在长崎市。
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