Published March 4, 2005
by Greenhaven Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
Living Under the Threat of Nuclear War - Derek C. Maus - 洋書の購入は楽天ブックスで。全品送料無料！購入毎に「楽天ポイント」が貯まってお得！みんなのレビュー・感想も満載。 The Cold War was a terrifying time to be alive. The war began in and ended in when the USSR collapsed. During this period, tensions between the United States and the USSR were extremely high. Proxy wars were fought around the world and there was a constant threat of nuclear Books about nuclear war are, to many people, the founding cornerstones of post apocalyptic all, it was the dawning of the nuclear age that brought the possibility of imminent catastrophe to the forefront of the public consciousness, a time when total atomic annihilation seemed never more than a button-push "golden age" of post apocalyptic fiction birthed and inspired The Cold War is over and all presidents make mistakes. Yet they still have sole control over whether to start a nuclear ://
The Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted for decades and resulted in anti-communist suspicions and international incidents that led the two superpowers to the The threat of nuclear war While the Truman administration had considered using atomic bombs in the Korean War, it held back for fear of triggering a nuclear war with Russia. :// I grew up right along with the Cold War. For me it was oftentimes, very scary! Furthermore as a child of the Cold War, my life was seriously affected by it over the many years. Born right after WWII, I grew up with the constant ebb and flow of 1 hour ago According to the Federation of American Scientists, Russia has 7, nuclear weapons. The United States has 7,, followed by France with , China with , Britain with , Pakistan with
The risk of a child born today suffering an early death due to nuclear war is at least 10 percent, according to Martin Hellman, a tall, thin and talkative Stanford Professor Emeritus in :// During the early 60s (The Bay of Pigs & Cuban Missile Crisis) the threat was from the Atomic bomb. Our parents remembered WW2, and everyone took the threat seriously. Unlike today, when they naysayers don’t even believe that there was a holocaus Threat of nuclear annihilation permeated our lives and cultures during the Cold War era. A generation of children was led to believe that a wooden school desk could protect them from an atomic or America’s role in the Cold War After World War II, the United States had effectively become the most powerful and influential country in the world both militarily and America’s rise to power, however, hostilities mounted between America and the Soviet Union, resulting in a fierce rivalry. The Cold War, which never involved direct military confrontations between the two