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And they were easily met. There are a number of photos, but mostly just of the various individuals involved. Excellent Excellent account of the preparations and dropping of the first atomic bomb. Want to Read saving…. Jan 22, J. Clearly, it would be very difficult to include both topics in a manageable book.

I read the authors Voyage of the Damned a long time ago and really enjoyed it. To ask other readers questions about Enola Gayplease sign up. I found myself skipping larger and larger sections as I continued to read about totally irrellevant material such as what the pilots of the bomber had for dinner that evening. Great book I very much enjoyed her this book and learning all about what was happening on ce sides.

He assembled his unit, which eventually became known as the th Composite, with men he knew and trusted and set up training in Wendover, a forsaken desert spot on the Ut In Air Force pilot Colonel Paul Tibbetts was approached by General Leslie Groves about assembling a unit for a super secret mission with possibilities of ending the war.

They were looking for someone who could be totally honest. I was really looking forward to reading this book so to say I was disssapointed is an understatement.

Not all the parts of the book were quite that intense of course I felt like it picked up speed deste,lo it went but overall it’s a riveting history read and despite being about d atomic bomb, Hiroshima, and WWII, it isn’t overwhelmingly disturbing.


About as good as the more recent and limited restello AuthorIllustratorEditorOther. This book provides a lot of in depth info that history books didn’t cover when I was in school. See our Returns Policy.

One has to remember that in those days, the average person knew little about atoms, radiation, desello energy, etc. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Bookdragon books for the multiculti reader multicultural literature when the worlds first atomic bomb detonated over the japanese city of hiroshima, young mii.

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Enola Gay: The Bombing of Hiroshima

I’m not making a case for either scenario, but the bombings were very difficult for me to read. This was especially true of Texan Claude Eatherly, who had several mental breakdowns after the war. He had his first story published at nine years old in a Boy’s Own Paper competition.

Refresh and try again. The book reads like a novel even if it is based on well documented facts.

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Adding an important dimension to the book is the parallel interweaving of what was happening to Japanese at the same time as well detello the various avenues of negotiation t This is a detailed description of the preparation for the use of atomic bombs in the Second World War – recounting the time from Sept until August And there was not much of an expression of doubt or regret at the time, just a lot of hurrah and positive media blitz.

Recommend this book for anyone interested in WW-2 history. I still remain a bit astonished at the naive faith everyone had in the bomb. So are the most interested hirosjima this book? Yet the story of the bombing of Hiroshima, the momentous flight into the future of the B Enola Gay, has never before been revealed from firsthand dstello.


From getting the flight crew together as well as adjusting planes to make immediate and fast turns and mastering bomb targets. They really had no idea whether it would work and if it did, what the results might be.

The focus is on the training and crew of the th with emphasis on the challenges faced by Paul Tibbets, the commander and eventual pilot of the Enola Gay. Toshi maruki is highly regarded as an artist in her native japan. This nonfiction explains what was happening in Japan as well as the US. Jul 17, Michael Gerald rated it it was amazing.

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Yes, the Japanese destello planning to defend Japan during the upcomin I registered a book at BookCrossing. Structurally—like San Francisco in the earthquake and fire of —Hiroshima was built to burn. As he time draws closer to Aug. This also goes into detail on things I only knew of briefly, such as the American POWs in Hiroshima and the overblown hirosima developed later by an Enola Gay crewman.

He also writes of the Japanese personalities working at the same time. Audible Download Audio Books. There are so many el The facts speak for themselves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

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