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    Default Huge American bombing raids after dropping atomic bombs?

    I'm trying to find (reliable) information/source about the U.S. bombing raids in Japan after the atomic bombs were dropped.
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    I don't have any reliable sources since I am wholly unrelaible.


    But I am aware of one key raid after the bombs were dropped that cut power to the royal palace. This severally hindered the efforts of fanatical faction of Imperial Army Officers attempting to coerce the Emperor into continuing the War rather than making his surrender broadcast...

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    Default Re: Huge American bombing raids after dropping atomic bombs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    I don't have any reliable sources since I am wholly unrelaible.


    But I am aware of one key raid after the bombs were dropped that cut power to the royal palace. This severally hindered the efforts of fanatical faction of Imperial Army Officers attempting to coerce the Emperor into continuing the War rather than making his surrender broadcast...
    Wouldn't the Royal Palace have had emergency back up generators and wireless radio systems in place, in an event like this? Would cutting the phone lines or electricity really have been a factor with the back ups in place?.just wondering.....
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    You can find the raids after both the first and second bombs here

    http://www.usaaf.net/chron/45/aug45.htm
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    acording to this just 1 mission after the bombs

    Until 1985 the US Government kept data classified as SECRET that six days after the last atomic bombing of Nagasaki Japan one more city was bombed. As the Domei News Agency of Japan announced to the US Government the "Surrender is coming soon" one last target was set for destruction. This was the Nippon Oil Refinery at Tsuchizaki near Akita, 300 miles north of Tokyo on the West Coast of Japan. This was the last missions of a plan set forth to destroy all oil production in Japan. It is the opinion of this writer that by running both options concurrently we were assured that our ground troops would not have to assault the Japanese mainland. The goal was achieved, the total destruction of the Japanese oil production capability and reserves. This was done with 1300 men and 134 B29's from the Pacific Island base on Guam and the Air Forces 315th Bomb Wing who flew 15 missions between June 25, 1945 and August 14, 1945.
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    I think the last raid was the night before the surrender broadcast. Army hot heads broke into the Palace in an attempt to find the surrender tape. but the raid forced the lights off and it was well hidden and was never found.

    the last air raid:

    In Tokyo, rebel officers murdered the commander of the Imperial Guards Division, surrounded the palace, disarmed its police, and seized technicians from the Nippon Broadcasting Company--but not the precious recordings, which were concealed in an office used by a lady-in-waiting to the empress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amrit View Post
    You can find the raids after both the first and second bombs here

    http://www.usaaf.net/chron/45/aug45.htm
    Great stuff!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amrit View Post
    Excellent, thank you very much. :-)

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    I dont have refrences at hand to check this. But, I recall the USN made some raids off the aircraft carriers during this week. The targets were military ports and ships along the coast. My impression is between 100 and 200 aircraft were sortied each day, depending on the weather.

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    http://www.navsource.org/Naval/1945.htm

    08/06 Mon. Atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima, Honshu, Japan.
    Carrier aircraft from naval task group (Vice Adm. J B.
    Oldendorf) strike enemy shipping in Tinghai Harbor, China.
    Carrier aircraft bomb Wake Island.

    08/07 Tue. United States naval vessel sunk:
    Submarine BULLHEAD (SS-331), Java Sea, (presumed date).
    Japanese naval vessels sunk:
    Submarine chaser NO. 66, by Army aircraft, near Truk,
    Caroline Islands,
    07 d. 23'N., 151 d. 53'E.
    Coast defense vessel No. 39, by Army aircraft,
    Sea of Japan,
    35 d. 06'N., 129 d. 03'E.

    08/09 Thu. Atomic bomb is dropped on Nagasaki, Kyushu, Japan.
    Aircraft from fast carrier task forces of the Third Fleet
    (Adm. W. F. Halsey) attack airfields and shipping in northern
    Honshu and Hokkaido, Japan.
    Battleships and cruisers (Rear Adm. J. F. Shafroth) bombard
    industrial targets at Kamaishi, Honshu, Japan.
    Battleship, cruiser, and destroyers bombard Wake Island,
    Russia declares war on Japan.
    United States naval vessels damaged:
    Destroyer JOHN W. WEEKS (DD-701), accidentally by United
    States naval gunfire, off Honshu, Japan,
    35 d. 00'N., 143 d. 00'E.
    Destroyer BORIE (DD-704), by suicide plane, off Honshu,
    Japan,
    37 d. 21'N., 143 d. 45'E.
    Japanese naval vessels sunk:
    Minesweeper No. 33, by carrier-based aircraft,
    off northern Honshu, Japan,
    38 d. 26'N., 141 d. 30'E.
    Frigate AMAKUSA, by United States and British
    carrier-based aircraft, off northern Honshu, Japan,
    38 d. 26'N., 141 d. 30'E.
    Frigate INAGI, by carrier-based aircraft,
    off northern Honshu, Japan,
    38 d. 26 N., 141 d. 30'E.

    08/10 Fri. Aircraft from fast carrier task forces of the Third
    Fleet (Adm. W. F. Halsey) attack shipping, airfields,
    and railroads in northern Honshu, Japan.
    Russian forces enter Korea.
    Japanese naval vessels sunk:
    Minesweeper NO. 1, by carrier-based aircraft,
    off northern Honshu, Japan,
    38 d. 26'N., 141 d. 30'E.
    Transport NO. 21, by Army aircraft, Inland Sea, Japan,
    33 d. 59'N., 132 d. 31'E.

    08/11 Sat. United States naval vessel damaged:
    Destroyer MCDERMUT (DD-677), by naval gunfire,
    Kurile Islands area,
    49 d. 30'N., 155 d. 01'E.

    08/12 Sun. Cruisers and destroyers (Rear Adm. J. H. Brown) bombard
    Japanese installations on Matsuwa and Paramushiro Islands
    in the Kurile Islands.
    United States naval vessel damaged:
    Battleship PENNSYLVANIA (BB-38), by aircraft torpedo,
    Okinawa area,
    26 d. 14'N., 127 d. 50'E.

    08/13 Mon. Aircraft from fast carrier task force (Vice Adm.
    J. S. McCain) bomb targets in the Tokyo area, Japan.
    United States naval vessel damaged:
    Attack transport LAGRANGE (APA-124), by suicide plane,
    Okinawa area,
    26 d. 14'N., 127 d. 52'E.
    Japanese naval vessels sunk:
    Submarine I-373, by submarine SPIKEFISH (SS-404),
    off China,
    29 d. 02'N., 123 d. 53'E.
    Coast defense vessel NO. 6, by submarine ATULE (SS-403),
    off Hokkaido, Japan,
    42 d. 16'N., 142 d. 12'E.

    08/14 Tue. Japan accepts the provisions of the Potsdam Declaration
    and agrees to surrender. General of the Army Douglas
    MacArthur, USA, is named Supreme Allied Commander to receive
    the Japanese capitulation and conduct the occupation of
    Japan.
    Japanese naval vessels sunk, Sea of Japan:
    Coast defense vessel No. 13, by submarine TORSK (SS-423),
    35 d. 42'N., 134 d. 35'E.
    Coast defense vessel No. 47, by submarine TORSK (SS-423),
    35 d. 42'N., 134 d. 36'E.

    08/15 Wed. Before the announcement of the end of hostilities is
    received, aircraft from fast carrier task force (Vice Adm. J.
    S. McCain) raid airfields in the Tokyo area, Japan; heavy
    airborne opposition is encountered.


    Naval task group (Commodore R. W. Simpson) is established
    to liberate, evacuate, and extend medical care to Allied
    prisoners of war in Japan.
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    Default Re: Huge American bombing raids after dropping atomic bombs?

    We kept fighting cause Japan hadn't said 'Uncle' yet and was in fact still shooting at us. Since for most of the war the Japanese had shown themselves to be suicidal, it was presumed they just might keep on fighting no matter what.

    So all our forces kept finding targets and shooting will Japan finally did say 'Uncle'! And even then, we were very cautious just in case it was a trick.

    And thankfully the Japanese military hot heads did not find the tape that Hirohito made announcing the surrender. Japan was well known before the war for assonating leaders that did not agree with other factions. Hirohito could have well been assonated if those tapes had been found.

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