How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why

How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why Best Read || [Pat Frank] How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why Best Read || [Pat Frank] - How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why, How to Survive the H Bomb and Why Subject Hydrogen bomb Safety measures Subject Civil defense United States

  • Title: How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why
  • Author: Pat Frank
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Hardcover

How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why Best Read || [Pat Frank], How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why, Pat Frank, How to Survive the H Bomb and Why Subject Hydrogen bomb Safety measures Subject Civil defense United States

How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why

How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why Best Read || [Pat Frank] How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why Best Read || [Pat Frank] - How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why, How to Survive the H Bomb and Why Subject Hydrogen bomb Safety measures Subject Civil defense United States How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why

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How to Survive the H-Bomb...and Why

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  1. This was a quick read I picked up in part because I had read the author s fictional account of a life after the balloon goes up aka mushroom clouds Alas, Babylon My interest in books like this stems from a historical curiosity, published in 1962, at the apex of Cold War Hydrogen bomb testing sabre rattling the perspective that nuclear war could be won and or participated in a scalable fashion was still on the table now an obvious anachronism.I liked the fact that an author of fiction undertook t [...]


  2. A dated book written in the late 1950s about surviving an atomic war Interesting reading if dated It also mentions a lot of Civil Defense programs that never got out of the planning stage or were quickly abandoned CONELRAD and NEAR for instance.


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