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John Denver - What Are We Making Weapons For I am the son of a gra.

Fat Man (Nagasaki Atomic Bomb) 1945

Fat Man (Nagasaki Atomic Bomb) August 1945 Not used first because it was felt it was unstable.

dramatic and chilling photograph of a hydrogen bomb detonation, great shot

dramatic and chilling photograph of a hydrogen bomb .which is 100 times larger than an atomic bomb

The cold war was the U.S. and the Soviet Union fighting together as allies against the Axis powers. The Soviets disliked the Americans’  refusal to treat the USSR as a part of the international community and the late entry into World War II, which resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of Russians.

Blood in the Sand by Jon Guenther - Tortured by his past one man will face a moral crisis in a war-torn country that could cost him everything.

COLD WAR II: RUSSIAN NUCLEAR BOMBERS CONDUCT 16 INCURSIONS OF U.S. AIR DEFENSE ZONES Defense officials say Putin is testing U.S. command and control systems

Cold War II: Russian Nuclear Bombers Conduct 16 Incursions Of U.

At an isolated location along the Columbia River in 1944, the world's first plutonium factory became operational, producing fuel for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, during World War II. Former Seattle Times science writer Hill Williams traces the amazing, tragic story - from the dawn of nuclear science to Cold War testing in the Marshall Islands.

At an isolated location along the Columbia River in 1944, the world's first plutonium factory became operational, producing fuel for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, during World War II. Former Seattle Times science writer Hill Williams traces the amazing, tragic story - from the dawn of nuclear science to Cold War testing in the Marshall Islands.

the first atomic bomb, tested in 1945 in New Mexico, was the culmination of the 'Manhattan Project'. It was simply referred to as 'the gadget'.

Trinity, the first atomic bomb, tested in 1945 in New Mexico, was the culmination of the 'Manhattan Project'. It was simply referred to as 'the gadget'.

The mushroom cloud over Hiroshima as seen from the Japanese naval arsenal in Kure, 06 August 1945/Masami Oka

The mushroom cloud over Hiroshima as seen from the Japanese naval arsenal in Kure, 06 August 1945

A compilation of 1960's films about what to do in case of a Nuclear attack and the effects of radiation, also footage of troop tests of the exposure to an atomic bomb.

The Atomic Cafe (1982)

This timeless classic offers a fascinating and witty account of life when fall-out shelters, duck-and-cover drills, and government propaganda were all a part of our social consciousness.

The mushroom cloud from the 'Truckee' nuclear test performed by the U.S. near Christmas Island in 1962.

Atomic Bomb Test Nuclear Mushroom Cloud 11 x 14 Photo Picture Poster

Nuke Airburst Operation Teapot. Operation Teapot was a series of fourteen nuclear test explosions conducted at the Nevada Test Site in the first half of 1955. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/03/16/520398342/digitization-unearths-new-data-from-cold-war-era-nuclear-test-films

Declassified video of an airburst nuke hitting the grounf, from Operation Teapot. Operation Teapot was a series of fourteen nuclear test explosions conducted.

A U.S. Navy McDonnell F-4N Phantom II from Fighter Squadron VF-51 Screaming Eagles intercepts a Soviet-built Libyan Tupolev Tu-22 "Blinder" over the Mediterranean Sea, in April 1977.

27 high tension photos of NATO jets intercepting Russian warplanes

A U.S. Navy McDonnell F-4N Phantom II from Fighter Squadron VF-51 Screaming Eagles intercepts a Soviet-built Libyan Tupolev Tu-22 "Blinder" over the Mediterranean Sea, in April 1977.

On June 17, 1967, China successfully exploded its first hydrogen bomb in western China. The explosive power is 150 times that of the A-bomb used by the United States in Hiroshima of Japan during the World War II.

On June China successfully exploded its first hydrogen bomb in western China. The explosive power is 150 times that of the A-bomb used by the United States in Hiroshima of Japan during the World War II.

J. Robert Oppenheimer (Oppy), (1904-1967) was the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, the World War II project that developed the first nuclear weapons.

Robert Oppenheimer, born on April was the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, the World War II project that developed the first nuclear weapons. He strongly opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb.

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