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March 6, 2015 at 11:30 pm

During an Air Force training course, I learned that of the first 9 Plutonium “implosion” bombs, only the first two–Trinity and Nagasaki–and one more, had a nuclear explosion. The implosion mechanism was still imperfect. If the second bomb had fizzled, as later bombs did, it might have been a negative demonstration. There were still die hards in the Imperial Army who did not want to surrender, and occupied the palace grounds to find and destroy the wire recording of the emperor’s surrender announcement.

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Whomever told you that was either confused or mistaken — all of the Mk-III Fat Men bombs tested were successful. Trinity, Nagasaki, Crossroads Able, and Crossroads Baker were all the same design and all worked fine. Similarly the tests in 1948, which were of optimized bomb designed. The first fizzle bomb test did not occur until 1951, and it was an attempt at a much more radical bomb design. It is true that they were not sure how well the implosion bomb would work in 1945. But they were extremely confident of the Little Boy bomb, which could have been the demonstration bomb.

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March 6, 2015 at 11:43 pm

Thank you for such an interesting article. I can’t help but wonder, if the U.S. had detonated the bomb for demonstration, what type of signal that would have sent to our allies. Too whom would they be demonstrating this too, and for what purpose. Secondly, the Japanese did not surrender to the Soviets after the Manchurian invasion, they did not surrender to the British, they surrendered to The United States of America. Japan had to deal with the might of the U.S forces from the Coral Sea to Nagasaki. Soviets in Manchuria was a problem. The U.S. dropping nuclear weapons, and invading the Homeland meant the end of a country. It was the U.S Navy that was permitted to float into Tokyo Bay in September of 1945.

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March 7, 2015 at 10:56 am

Just a quick note: the “they surrendered because of the Soviets” theory argues that they surrendered to the Americans because they didn’t want to end up a divided state, like Germany. In that argument, the Soviet invasion breaks the deadlock in favor of those seeking a diplomatic (as opposed to military) end of the war, because the consequences otherwise would be destined to destroy the Japanese state. If the US could be persuaded to allow the Emperor system to remain in some form, then Japan qua Japan would still exist, and they knew Stalin would never give them that kind of deal. Not saying I agree with that, but just fleshing that out.

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Hi Alex,

On the subject of who would be the proper experts to consult on the likelihood of Japanese surrender, it seems likely that almost anyone’s opinion would be impressionistic.

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