North Korea’s claim that it successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb has been met with widespread skepticism, but there are reasons to believe Pyongyang.
The fear of Germans acquiring nuclear technology, espoused here, is considered to be the motivation to the U.S.'s creation of the atomic bomb.
Immediately after two atomic bombs detonated over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing tens of thousands of people in an instant and leaving many more to die, the Japanese started shooting. They weren't using bullets, but film, hoping to document the first...
Japan is still (as of press time on this issue) the only country in the world that has been a victim of the atomic bomb.