In time of Emergency a citizen’s handbook on Nuclear Attack Natural Disasters Department of Defense 1968 Straight from the 1960s, here is your comprehensive guide to surviving a nuclear attack and/or a natural disaster. This book has all the pertinent
How to Survive an Atomic Bomb Gerstell 1950 My generation was taught to hide under our school desk in order to dodge “the Bomb”. Every school kid practiced civil defense drills, just like a fire drill. Evidently your average school
The Nuclear War Fun Book Langer and Thomas 1982 Didn’t have any cool fiction to share this week, but I did find this in my pile of weird books. I really didn’t expect to find this book still hanging around
The Atom Bomb Killingray 1980 Submitter: I think this is an awful library book due to the cover, and was during the time of the cold war which I think is reflected in the cover and in the book. But
Nuclear Emergency How to Protect Your Family From Radiation Larson 1997 This book looks older than it is. I keep thinking that this isn’t terribly different from our posts from the Cold War era. Most of the advice is like
Nobody Wants a Nuclear War Vigna 1986 Indeed, no one does want a nuclear war! That is still true today. There’s no perfect way to talk to children about scary subjects. Maybe a book will help them wrap their little brains
No Place to Hide Fallout Shelters-Fact and Fiction Melman, Ed. 1962 Here is another Cold War Gem! This paperback is more a compilation of the current political and military consequences of nuclear annihilation. This book is more about the feasibility
Atomic Bombing How to Protect Yourself Davis, Ed Science Service 1950 My generation was told that we could hide from nuclear holocaust from underneath our school desk. Fortunately, I never had the opportunity to see this safety tip in action.