They recommended preparing that till the time of holding the Potsdam Conference.
It certainly played a role in President Truman’s decision to accelerate the use of atomic bombs, the first of which was dropped on the city of Hiroshima.
Additionally, there was no talk that Japan would be allowed to conduct a sufficiently independent state policy.
The Americans were sure that if the Japanese had once started a war, they could unleash it once again.
The Political Consequences of Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 is one of the most breaking points in the history of the world.
It may be considered as a significant shift in the life of the people living not only in Japan but also in other countries, which participated in the World War II.
In 1960, General Douglas Mac Arthur, the former commander-in-chief of the allied forces in the war against Japan, admitted that it was no use of applying of the atomic weapons. The blows of the Red Army paralyzed Japan’s will to resist.
The fact that the allies sought, despite the possession of an atomic bomb, to achieve the fastest in about one year of the war, was performed as a result of effective actions by the Soviet troops. This helped the US to extend its reach to Japan, although the latter managed to save their culture and the country borders.
On this basis, the US was building its policy, first of all, economic.
The Japanese, with the scarcity of resources, had to live well, relying on its production potential, culture and skills, the highest productivity, and discipline.