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"The first atomic bomb, exploded in the desert of New Mexico, created such intense heat that it fused the desert sand to glass.something to look for at ancient sites Nagasaki, All Nature, Science And Nature, Ufo, Bomba Nuclear, First Atomic Bomb, E Mc2, Land Of Enchantment, Interesting History

"The first atomic bomb, exploded in the desert of New Mexico, created such intense heat that it fused the desert sand to glass." (July 16, 1945) The device exploded with an energy equivalent around 20 kilotons of TNT. It left a crater of radioactive glass in the desert 10 feet deep and 1,100 feet wide. The shock wave was felt over 100 miles away, and the mushroom cloud reached 7.5 miles in height. Wikipedia

Atomic Bomb safety pamphlet from Ohio Bell - Science Fiction Pulps & Fanzines -

Atomic Tourism In Las Vegas

Atomic Tourism In Las Vegas | Nevada Public Radio

Fun atomic destruction at home -- only one of the games on the market through the cold war that had players imagining world annihilation by nuclear weapons.

Manufactured in the late 1940s, this toy plane came complete with battlefield illustrations and punch-out targets that included: a railway gun, tank field artillery, and combatants. Innocent civilians sold separately.

A toy for a more wholesome era.

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Fallout shelter for sale in the Yellow Pages. "Will increase your chances of survival by per cent"(Not really sure fibreglass would be too useful in a nuclear war.

Fallout shelter ads | Boing Boing

On the always-excellent How to Be a Retronaut site, a great collection of 1960s fallout shelter ads, a perfect capsule of upbeat, cheerful fear-selling. Fallout Shelter Ads, 1960s

This photo scares the crap outta me:: Gas Masks abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster in Pripyat, Ukraine. A haunting reminder for future generations.

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Bombing was very popular in the Cold War, and the nuclear jealousy was rising. Bombs were used as propaganda as well in order to receive support and aid from the civilization. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Retro Ads, Vintage Stuff, Cold War Propaganda, Bomba Nuclear, New York School, Nuclear War

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Atomic Age Design - Beauty and The Bomb

1945 religious pamphlet. Along the lines of: You'd better start believing in God, buddy!

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ATOMIC Energy & You Vintage 1950's Booklet During Cold War L.A. School District

ATOMIC Energy & You Vintage 1950's Booklet During Cold War L.A. School District in Collectibles, Historical Memorabilia, Other Historical Memorabilia | eBay

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32 WTF Pictures Of America During The Cold War

A look back at America's atomic anxieties during the early years of the Cold War, presented by Getty Images.

These radiation protection posters were produced at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the late where most of the work was done on the Manhattan Project. Before the Cold War was in full effect, these posters warned of dangers that would come to define

Les affiches de sécurité au travail lors du Manhattan Project.

Ces affiches sur la sécurité au travail et les dangers des radiations étaient affichées sur les murs du Oak Ridge National Laboratory en 1947, là où était réalisé la plupart des recherches sur le Manhattan Project. [Source, Via]