Should The United States Apologize For Hiroshima?

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Since 1945, no sitting U.S. president as ever visited Hiroshima until now. So how do the Japanese feel about the bombing?

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NPR: In Historic Step, Obama To Visit Hiroshima Later This Month

New York Times: Obama’s Visit Raises Ghosts of Hiroshima

History: Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

CBS: 70 Years Ago: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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  • ToxicThistle

    No, America should not apologize for Hiroshima until Japan apologizes for Pearl Harbour and all the atrocities they committed on everyone.

    That being said, present day Japan had nothing to do with Pearl Harbour and neither did present day America have anything to do with the bombing of Hiroshima. Both sides should lick their wounds and move on.

  • tjb357452

    That War is over, and the apologies owed were extracted in blood. The Japanese are owed nothing, and the account was settled in Nagasaki, and a few executions following the surrender. Oddly, it’s never the Japanese who seek an apology. It’s always the same leftist agitators staking out their claim to moral superiority. Never allow that crowd to influence any position.