Write the introductory paragraph of a history paper based on the below question.
· Once the Atomic Bomb had dropped, there had to some surviving civilians who had some difficulties with their health. What was the results, cost and procedure in the follow-up care in regards of the aftermath from the dropping of the atomic bomb?
To do this, however, you must first find out a bit more information about your topic and draft a research plan. This will allow you to transform your question about your topic “Scientific and Technological Advances” into a thesis statement.
Do not write the entire paper, just the introduction to the paper that concludes with a thesis statement.
The following critical elements will be assessed in a Word document of 3–5 pages that combines both your research plan (Critical Elements I-II) and your introduction (Critical Element III).
******Specifically, the below critical elements must be addressed:******
I. Compile secondary sources about your event that address the following questions using the provided materials. Be sure to cite your information using the most recent version of APA guidelines. Based on the sources you have selected, address the following questions:
A. What is the historical context of the event? In other words, what was going on in the world/area/society around the event?
B. How did the historical context influence the event? For instance, what was happening in the world/area/society around the event that impacted how it occurred?
II. Compile primary sources you could use for additional information using the provided materials. Be sure to cite your information using the most recent version of APA guidelines. Based on the sources you have selected, address the following questions:
A. Discuss how the primary sources relate to the secondary sources. Do the primary sources support what the secondary sources are telling you, or do they contradict what those sources have told you?
B. Explain what these primary sources add to your understanding of the topic. How does it help you understand the topic better than the secondary sources?
III. Write your introduction.
A. Based on your primary and secondary source research, turn your research question into a thesis statement that addresses your topic and how it has been influenced by its historical context.
B. From the knowledge you have gained from your primary and secondary sources, determine what background information you will use in the introduction to lead to your thesis statement.
C. Write your introduction. Be sure to incorporate your background information and to conclude with your thesis statement.
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Reynolds, M. L., & Lynch, F. X. (1955). Atomic bomb injuries among survivors in Hiroshima. Public Health Reports, 70(3), 261–270. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/4589041
The Associated Press. (1945, Aug. 6–14). AP was there: US drops atomic bombs on Japan in 1945. Retrieved from http://bigstory.ap.org/urn%3Apublicid%3Aap.org%3A3fd267ba7b3c40479382189c99172d61
Truman, H. (1945, Aug. 6). Press release by the White House, August 6, 1945. Retrieved from http://www.trumanlibrary.org/whistlestop/study_collections/bomb/large/documents/index.php?documentdate=1945-08- 06&documentid=59&pagenumber=1