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did the bombing of Hiroshima destroy the chance for a good relationship between east and west after ww2 ?
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did the bombing of Hiroshima destroy the chance for a good relationship between east and west after ww2 ?
Define east and west, for a start.
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(Original post by a200304)
did the bombing of Hiroshima destroy the chance for a good relationship between east and west after ww2 ?
Specify a bit more...
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Define east and west, for a start.
Exactly this... Do you mean the Soviet Union and the US? Or China...who?

> Illustration of the power of US Atomic bomb development - alienating Soviet developments (Hastened extensively following WW2). ((Leading to the 'Cold War')
> China became an emerging communist stronghold, although disparities in their concepts of Communism which would later protrude.

But be specific.
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(Original post by ageshallnot)
Define east and west, for a start.
LOOOL sticky one
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see the q didnt say what the eas and west was lol
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Specify a bit more...

Exactly this... Do you mean the Soviet Union and the US? Or China...who?

> Illustration of the power of US Atomic bomb development - alienating Soviet developments (Hastened extensively following WW2). ((Leading to the 'Cold War')
> China became an emerging communist stronghold, although disparities in their concepts of Communism which would later protrude.

But be specific.
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