10 edition of Nuclear war in the 1980"s? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||compiled by Christopher Chant and Ian Hogg ; with an introduction by Laurence Martin.|
|Series||A Nomad book|
|Contributions||Hogg, Ian V., 1926-|
|LC Classifications||U263 .C448 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|ISBN 10||006015196X, 0060910798|
|LC Control Number||83047534|
Directed by Nicholas Meyer. With Jason Robards, JoBeth Williams, Steve Guttenberg, John Cullum. The effects of a devastating nuclear holocaust on small-town residents of eastern Kansas.7/10(K). Through the s, intellectuals and activists warned that the nuclear policies of the superpowers, especially the decision by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to modernize intermediate-range missiles in Europe, threatened to bring the world closer to : Ronald J Granieri.
The Nuclear Threat and Anti-war songs of the 80s Click for Google +1 Living under the nuclear threat was a justifiable concern to most people in the 80's, and it is no real surprise that it featured in many popular songs of the 80's. Part 6 of the 7-part series on the social science of war and its evolution, by award-winning historian Gwynne Dyer. This episode focuses on the theory and .
'The Day After' Nuclear War/Deterrence Discussion Panel - ABC News 'Viewpoint' (November 20 ) - Duration: Marc Riley , views. Nuclear War in the 's? by Christopher Chant, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(4).
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74 rows Anime movie produced by Toei Animation about World War III breaking out in the s that. When I first read this book inI was quite impressed by its breadth of knowledge and attention to detail. The author gives an in-depth look at the nuclear arsenals of the major powers - the U.S., U.S.S.R, United Kingdom, France, and China - and their composition - bombers, ICBMs, submarines, etc/5(4).
When I first read this book inI was quite impressed by its breadth of knowledge and attention to detail. The author gives an in-depth look at the nuclear arsenals of the major powers - the U.S., U.S.S.R, United Kingdom, France, and China - and their composition - bombers, ICBMs, submarines, etc/5.
New book describes how the American war game Able Archer 83 put Soviets on high alert at the height of the Cold War era. How the world reached the Author: Nick Blackbourn. This book brings together cutting-edge scholarship from the United States and Europe to address political as well as cultural responses to both the arms race of the s and the ascent of nuclear energy as a second, controversial dimension of the nuclear by: 3.
New Documents Reveal How a s Nuclear War Scare Became a Full-Blown Crisis Photo: Department of Defense During 10 days in Novemberthe United States and the Soviet Union nearly started a. The Nuclear s is a helpful introduction to nuclear literature and culture.
Cordle’s book Nuclear war in the 1980s? book how complex anxieties pervade through different aspects of life in the late Cold War era, and successfully captures the intriguing nuances of the nuclear age.” (Carl White, The British Society for Literature and Science,August Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
This story is similar to your memory, it was also read in a lot of school classrooms in the s. It has to be the bleakest children's book ever written. From Goodreads: Denny, a teenager, is one of the unlucky ones, a survivor, one of those who have come through a nuclear war alive.
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This book is an outstanding and innovative collection.' William I. Hitchcock - University of Virginia 'The new edited work Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the s is a welcome addition to the existing literature on the history of the s and anti-nuclear activism.' Christian Peterson Source: Journal of Contemporary History.
20 Of The Best Nuclear War Films. Menu. Films that show the build up and/or detonation and/or aftermath of nuclear war or nuclear bomb attack Films in no particular order.
s (3) s (3) Air Defense (3) Airforce (3) Alarm (3) American President (3) Armageddon (3) Atomic Weapons (3). New Book Presents A 'Secret History' Of Nuclear War Planning In America In The Bomb, journalist Fred Kaplan reveals how U.S.
presidents, their. This book brings together cutting-edge scholarship from the United States and Europe to address political as well as cultural responses to both the arms race of the s and the ascent of nuclear energy as a second, controversial dimension of the nuclear age.
Diverse in its topics and disciplinary approaches, Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the s makes a fundamental. Not just any exercise could have caused a near-war.
Even its name, Able Arc is benign enough. In fact, the whole simulation was based upon how NATO would transition from conventional war to the releasing nuclear warheads against the Soviet Union.
These types of. Thompson: Nuclear War and Nuclear Fear in the s and s two-volume document titled Soviet Intentions,obtained by the author via the Freedom of Information Act and made public in the fall of by the National Security Archive.3 For many years, only one scholar.
The early s were a tense time. The nuclear arms race was escalating, Reagan administration officials bragged about winning a nuclear war, and superpower diplomatic relations were at a new low. Nuclear war was a real possibility and antinuclear activism surged. By the Nuclear Freeze campaign had become the largest peace movement in American history.
Downing has authored a book, Reagan, Andropov, and a World on the Brink (New York: Da Capo Press, ) based on these interviews. The latest available evidence shows that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, the United States increased its nuclear readiness to DEFCON 2, just short of full readiness for nuclear war.
Sixty-six bombers were. It reads more like alternate history now, but it was a brutal hard science fiction take on what nuclear war would do to s America. In the book the Soviet Union responds to the US deploying a Star Wars-like missile defense system with a limited nuclear strike.
The actual story takes place about ten years after "Warday" with a journalist. The UK would have been divided into 12 regions governed by ministers wielding draconian powers in the wake of a nuclear war with the Soviet Union, according to a secret book.
When Carl Sagan Warned the World About Nuclear Winter Before the official report came out, the popular scientist took to the presses to paint a dire picture of what nuclear war might look likeAuthor: Matthew R. Francis. The book tells how, during the near half-century of the Cold War, the risk of nuclear Armageddon rose to a peak with the Cuban missile crisis in October under the Kennedy administration, but then lessened with the Test Ban Treaty and the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks in the s.The SNIE played down the significance of Soviet assertions about US preparations for a surprise nuclear attack, arguing that the "absence of forcewide combat readiness and other war preparations in the USSR" apparently meant that the Kremlin did not believe war was imminent or inevitable.
36 The "war scare" was more propaganda than threat. The nuclear s The prospect of armageddon cast a long shadow over novelists, film-makers, song-writers and comedians in the first half of the s.
Jonathan Hogg introduces eight cultural responses to Britons' fixation with nuclear war as the Cold War grew more frosty.