Evidence from Hiroshima.

Group A Questions: Answers from this group should only use evidence from Hiroshima. 1. What were some of the immediate effects (the first few days) of the atomic bomb on the survivors? 2. What were some of the longer-term effects (subsequent months and years) of the atomic bomb on the survivors? 3. What did the people of Hiroshima do to try to help each other in the initial days after the bomb had dropped? 4. How did people who hadn’t been present when the bomb dropped treat the survivors after they began to rebuild their lives (months and years later)?
Group B Questions: Answers from this group should use evidence from Hiroshima AND from one primary source. Relevant primary sources include, “Mein Kampf,” “What is Fascism,” The Way of Subjects,” “National Socialist Propaganda,” “The Obersalzberg Speech,” -A Call for Sacrifice,’ “Greater East Asian Cooperation Manifesto,” “There’ll Always be an England,” -When the Lights Go On Again All Over the World,” “Memories of the Holocaust,” “The Diaries of Minnie Vautrin and John Rabe,” and -Truman Announces the Dropping of the Atom Bomb on Hiroshima.” 5. Compare or contrast the experiences of Hiroshima survivors with those of other people who experienced the Age of Anxiety and World War II (1920s-1945). (You may choose to compare OR contrast, but you do not need to do both). 6. Compare or contrast the way that Hiroshima survivors were treated by others with the way that other survivors of the brutalities of the Age of Anxiety and World War II (1920s-1945) were treated by others.

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