WWII roles! Need some help!?

Hi, I've been researching roles in WWII and I need some help. I have to write essays from the point of views from an American Bombardier, and Atomic Bomb Survivor. I have already written essays from the point of views of Rosie the Riveter and American Marine and I could use some help. I need to know:1. What was your role in the war?2. How did the war change your life?3.In what ways did you contribute to the war?4. What did you think was the purpose of the war?(These questions need to be filled out for an American Bombardier and an Atomic Bomb Survivor)Thanks in advance for your help!Also, I understand that a lot of people don't support doing work for kids, but I've had to do an entire Segment(equal to half a public school year) in two weeks and I could really use some help. My history teacher is out of town so I can't call her. Thanks for your understanding.

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  1. outcatch says:

    An american Bombadier could be Paul Tibbets Jr., the man who dropped the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima:1) Pilot of B-17′s over Europe and B-29′s. He flew the Enola Gay, the B-29 that dropped the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima2) As shown in the article below, he wasn’t proud that he killed 80,000 people, but he did feel it was necessary. [external link] …3) He flew frequent bombing raids in Europe, North Africa and of course Japan. In Europe one of his missions ended up with the destruction of nine train repair stations, helping to cripple the German supply lines.4) He felt it was his patriotic duty to battle the Axis. Masakazu Saito is a survivor you could do.1) Quoted from the link: “In April of 1945, at the age of 20, I was in the army working as a Platoon leader commander in the Communications Division as a communication soldier instructor.”2) Also quoted from the link: “In August of 1945 my entire body was wounded by the world’s first Uranium Atomic Bomb. Even now, over 60 years later, I am still suffering from the after effects on my body from the bomb.”3) He worked as a communications instructor.4) He wanted to defend his homeland and protect its history and culture, and most Japanese did. As the Americans drew closer to the country, they knew an invasion was probably going to happen and started gathering resources to defend their homeland. No one expected the bomb.You can read more about Mr. Saito here: [external link] luck in the rest :D