Emperor Showa, who was informed of the devastation in Hiroshima on August 8, immediately ordered the Minister of Foreign Affairs to accept the Potsdam Declaration. As a result, the Japanese military withdrew from mainland China, creating a military vacuum in China.
The U.S. forces, which had suffered heavy casualties in Okinawa, had no spare strength to fill the void, and Chiang Kai-shek's army, which had suffered heavy losses in the Continental Strike Operation a year earlier, had no spare strength. The communists, Mao Zedong and Stalin, filled that void.
In other words, the Hiroshima atomic bomb made China communist.
If the US military had not used the atomic bomb and had advanced peace negotiations with Japan, there would have been no sudden withdrawal of the Japanese army and no military vacuum.
Communism in China provoked the Korean War and the Vietnam War. The North Korean army was the former Japanese army until five years ago, and the Viet Minh and Viet Cong are the army that was raised by the former Japanese army.
American soldiers who died in the Korean War and the Vietnam War are also victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Therefore, the denial of the Tokyo trial, which justified the dropping of the atomic bomb, is necessary for the American people as well.