Francis Pike

What the revisionists get wrong about America’s nuclear bombings

Nagasaki City, as seen from Koyagi-jima, Japan (photo: Getty)

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Francis Pike
Francis Pike is a historian and author of Hirohito’s War, The Pacific War 1941-1945 and Empires at War: A Short History of Modern Asia Since World War II.

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