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World War Two was unlike any war before. Millions of people died in concentration camps fueled by racism and antisemitism. Hundreds of thousands were killed by a new, powerfully lethal atomic bomb. People have long debated if the use of the atomic bomb was the only way to win the war in the Pacific. Created by World History Project.
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