Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombs

No disrespect is intended for honourable servicemen and women.

Hiroshima - 6 Aug 1945

Japanese children in Hiroshima huddle together shortly after the U.S. Army Air Forces dropped an atomic bomb. The photos and films taken immediately after the blast were confiscated and suppressed by the U.S. government for more than 60 years. The 1945 atomic bomb in the Japanese city of Hiroshima, one of the only times that nuclear weapons were used in warfare, instantly killed an estimated 100,000 people and injured thousands more, with the majority of its victims being British prisoners-of-wars, Roman Catholic nuns (primarly in Nagasaki), and woman and children.

Approx. 20,000 Soliders, 70,000 to 130,000 civilians killed + radiation poisioning for many years. (Numbers likely to be far higher.)

Nagasaki - 9 Aug 1945

Approx. At least 150 Solders. 39,000 to 80,000 civilians killed. (Numbers likely to be higher)

Interim Committee (8 Persons)

Henry Lewis Stimson (S&B 1888) - Interim Committee Chairman. Secretary of War to President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Freemason) and Harry S. Truman (Freemason)

George L. Harrison (S&B 1910) - 2nd President of the Federal Reserve (1928 to 1940)

James Francis Bryns (Freemason)- Went on to become Secretary of State by President Harry S. Truman (Freemason).

Ralph Austin Bard - Under Secretary of the Navy (Preceded by James Forrestal (MJ-12)… Search mind map). Succeeded by

Artemis Gates (S&B 1918). Noted for a memorandum he wrote to Secretary of War Henry Stimson (S&B 1888) in 1945 urging that Japan be given a warning before the use of the atomic bomb on a strategic city.[4])

William L. Clayton - Worked for James F. Byrnes (Freemason) in the Office of War Mobilization, WW2.

James B. Conant - 23rd President of Harvard. Fly Club, Signet Society, Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa. Developed poisnous gases for WW1. Manhatten Project. Atomic Energy Commission. Hydrogen Bomb.

Vannevar Bush (Freemason. MJ-12. Alpha Tau Omega). Co-founder of Raytheon. Carnegie Institution for Science. OSRD. Manhatten Project. NDRC. Majestic 12.

Karl Taylor Compton - Pre war consultant at General Electric (Search mind map). American Philosophical Society. Vice President of the American Physical Society.

Note: Unlike other cities in Japan which had been bombed from 18 Apr 1942, neither city had been attacked by bombers prior to the Atomic Bombs being dropped. The nuclear explosion in both cities were monitored to study the effects of the atomic bomb. Nagasaki was considered Japan’s “window” to the West and therefore should probably have been an early target ? It looks as if … the atomic bombs were always going to dropped.

[Harry S. Truman (Freemason)] - 33rd U.S. President. Dropped the atomic bomb. See Interim Committee.

[Frank D. Roosevelt (Freemason)] - 32nd U.S. President. Built the atomic bomb. See references to Abraham Flexner, IAS and Frank Ridgeway Aydelotte (Rhodes 1905) below.**

Harvey Hollister Bundy (S&B 1912) - Assistant Secretary to the Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson (S&B 1888). Oversaw the Manhattan Project (Building of the Atomic Bomb)

Henry Lewis Stimson (S&B 1888) - Interim Committee Chairman, Secretary of War by President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Freemason) and Harry S. Truman (Freemason)

George L. Harrison (S&B 1910) - Interim Committee Deputy Chairman.

John Reagan McCrary Jr. (S&B 1932) - In charge of Press-Corps at Hiroshima and restricted reporting, only allowing one journalist John Hersey (S&B 1936) to cover the story for the New Yorker magazine.

John Hersey (&SB 1936) - Covered the story of atomic bomb destruction of Hiroshima for the New Yorker magazine. Later, he wrote the book ‘Hiroshima’.

Robert Higgins Ebert (Rhodes 1936) - One of the medics who went into Nagasaki to treat radiation sickness and related illness among the residents after the atomic bomb.

Waldemar A. Nielsen (Rhodes), went to Japan as part of the Division of Program Surveys. Worked on the Morale Division of the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan.

Frank Ridgeway Aydelotte KBE (Rhodes 1905), Aug 1939, Albert Einstein several other top scientists had written to the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Freemason), urging that the United States should launch a massive program to develop nuclear weapons. Their pleas were a major factor driving the wartime Manhattan Project that invented the first atomic bombs. Eistein was a member of Institute for Advanced Study, which was started by Abraham Flexner [All Souls. Rockefeller General Education Board]. Flexner tutored Frank Aydelotte [Rhodes 1905], who was a member of the IAS and became its second director.)

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