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In the spring of 2015, The Union Station Redevelopment Corporation launched a […]
Eric G. Swedin
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"Thermonuclear War Declassified" gives modern readers the experience felt by those who lived under a nuclear threat during the height of the Cold War. It draws on numerous authentic documents, many of them declassified only after the fall of the Soviet Union. It comes in an attractive package hearkening back to a frightening era of fallout shelters, attack warning signals, school "duck-and-cover" drills, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the pop culture "fallout" from growing up in the shadow of The Bomb. On the surface, "Thermonuclear War Declassified" appears to be a practical and useful manual for surviving a nuclear war. It contains "helpful hints" from the government designed to make the civilian population feel more secure in the case of the ultimate emergency. In hindsight, the advice is often so preposterous it is both laugh-out-loud funny and scary at the same time.
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