A large scale exhibit which included the human consequences of the bombs
An exhibit focusing exclusively on the bombs and the suffering of the Japanese
A limited exhibit which described the Enola Gay
An exhibit focusing on the ferocity of the Japanese
An exhibit which focused on the reasons the Japanese surrendered
YES. An invasion of Japan would have cost many more lives.
Yes. Few lives were lost in the bombings.
No. Possibly an invasion might not have even been necessary.
No. Invading Japan wold not have cost many American or Japanese lives.
Negotiating with the emporer of Japan
Dropping the demand for an unconditional surrender
An economic boycott of Russia
A surprise attack on Tokyo