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.
The Americans did not want to take the weak position in comparison to other countries but rather control them, including Britain and Asia.
The authorities of the United States was interested in establishing the power in the western part of the Pacific Ocean and thus being the first country among their allies to make a significant contribution to the defeat of Japan.
Military necessity did not dictate the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
It was the time when the Soviet Union was ready to enter the war against Japan. Eventually, the capitulation of militaristic Japan was the most significant military and political outcome of the Soviet Union’s entry into the war and the direct result of the decisive military actions of the USSR Armed Forces in the Far Eastern campaign, as allied fronts did not conduct active military operations on the other fronts.
The Soviet Union had sufficient grounds for the entering to the war against Japan, which Tokyo had made clear long before, denouncing earlier on that year the Neutrality Pact.
When it comes to the Soviet goals in the war, they announced their policy like the only way of reaching peace in the world, releasing the peoples from further sufferings as well as giving the opportunity to the Japanese nation to make a successful surrender by avoiding more negative consequences.
The political implications reflected in the change in a relationship between the Soviet Union, the United States, and Japan; and in the future perspective, it marked the beginning of the possibility of using the atomic as well as nuclear bombs as the significant means of taking the leading position in the world scene.
To explain the political consequences of the tragedy, the events preceding it should be first analyzed in their political context.