President Truman Speech After the Bombing of Hiroshima
President Truman was on board the USS Augusta in the mid-Atlantic on August 6, 1945" returning to the United States from the Potsdam Conference" when he was informed that the bomb had been dropped.
Excerpts were shown from remarks by President Truman announcing the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan.
President Truman was on board the USS Augusta in the mid-Atlantic on August 6, 1945" returning to the United States from the Potsdam Conference" when he was informed that the bomb had been dropped. close
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