Retrieved 20 February Newman explores the tremendous challenges that NASM faced when trying to construct a narrative that would satisfy American veterans and the Japanese, as well as accurately reflect the current historical research on both the period and the bomb. Those who in any way questioned the bomb's use were, in this emotional framework, the enemies of America. Archived from the original on 13 October United States Army Air Forces.
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Enola Gay and the Court of History
The best chapter in the book deals in an informed and discerning way with the morality of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Of mission commander Parsons, it was said: View freely available titles: The Enola Gay Controversy". Enola Gay and the Court of History review J.