What was the situation in the spring and summer of 1945, when Truman had to make his decision? Check all of the boxes that apply
. The Allies were ready to transfer their war resources from Europe to the Pacific. Japan was busily rearming and threatening to strike back. Japan’s leaders were refusing to surrender. US resources had been stretched thin, and the United States’ ability to invade was limited. Japan’s ability to make war had been badly crippled. The United States was inflicting heavy damage by bombing Japan’s cities.
<span>The Egyptian Arab historian al-Maqrīzī wrote in the 15th century that the nose
was actually destroyed by a Sufi Muslim named Muhammad Sa'im al-Dahr.
In 1378 CE, Egyptian peasants made offerings to the Great Sphinx in the hope of controlling the flood cycle, which would result in a successful harvest. Please mark as Brainliest.
The First Continental Congress, which was comprised of delegates from the colonies, met in 1774 in reaction to the Coercive Acts, a series of measures imposed by the British government on the colonies in response to their resistance to new taxes.