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Aftermath of a nuclear attack
|Contributions||Centre for Land Warfare Studies (New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .C43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||2010317091|
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In the case of a modern nuclear attack on London, the damage would be far greater than in either Hiroshima or Nagasaki. The nuclear weapons that exist in today’s arsenal are “much more. A nuclear attack on Germany's biggest cities would kill hundreds of thousands of people instantly, according to data from a Greenpeace study shared Wednesday by .
A radiological attack is the spreading of radioactive material with the intent to do harm. Radioactive materials are used every day in laboratories, medical centers, food irradiation plants, and for industrial uses. If stolen or otherwise acquired, many of these materials could be used in a "radiological dispersal device" (RDD). Television shows such as The Day After and Threads realistically portrayed both a nuclear attack and the gradual disintegration of society in the aftermath. In an all-out nuclear attack, most of.
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In spite of being in existence for such a long time, some of the facets of nuclear weapons, especially their immediate and long-term effects remain an enigma for most people. This book is an attempt to demystify some of these aspects and effects of nuclear weapons, so that our civil and military defence planners have a reasonable idea about the scale and magnitude of disaster that 4/5(1).
Aftermath of a Nuclear Attack.: Anil Chauhan. Pentagon Press, - Atomic bomb - pages. 0 Reviews. An Exchange on Nuclear War. John Marshall Lee, Alexander M. Mood, tailoring the nuclear forces to the sole mission of retaliation against nuclear attack; reeducating, retraining, to some degree reorganizing the forces.
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74 rows Shadow on the Hearth by Judith Merril () - a novel about a young housewife's. 24 Disturbing Pictures From The Aftermath Of Nuclear Warfare. In Augustthe United States detonated atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing a combinedpeople and bringing WWII to an end.
Warning: graphic images. The effects Aftermath of a nuclear attack book a nuclear explosion on its immediate vicinity are typically much more destructive and multifaceted than those caused by conventional explosives. In most cases, the energy released from a nuclear weapon detonated within the lower atmosphere can be approximately divided into four basic categories.
the blast itself: 40–50% of total energy. Introduction. In the aftermath of a nuclear war, genetic effects may appear trivial in comparison with the enormity of the catastrophic development in the survivors' health and the environment. 1 Gross effects are immediately or subtly demonstrable on the basis of diverse war scenarios.
On the other hand, in a great number of organisms, genetic effects of radiation have been shown to occur. “Southard’s vivid stories of five Nagasaki survivors powerfully illustrates the second atomic bombing and seventy years of life in the nuclear age.
This book is the most extraordinary account ever written by an American author.”— Dr. Tomonaga Masao, former Director of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Hospital.
Get this from a library. Aftermath of a nuclear attack: a case study on post-strike operations. [Anil Chauhan; Centre for Land Warfare Studies (New Delhi, India)].
In Time of Emergency A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attack, Natural Disasters () (free Kindle book). This Civil Defense publication was widely distributed.
It contains one section on surviving a nuclear attack, and another covering a wide variety of natural disasters. This Kindle edition, unfortunately, does not contain any illustrations. Following this look at the Hiroshima aftermath, read the story of Tsutomu Yamaguchi, the "hibakusha" or survivor who lived through both atomic bombings.
Then, learn about the USS Indianapolis, the ship that delivered parts of Little Boy before succumbing to the worst maritime disaster in U.S. Naval history. The book details three generations of a family during the aftermath of a nuclear war.
The survivors of the blast suffer through radiation, nuclear winter, feuds between rival groups and radiation-induced mutations, eventually evolving into a new species, Homo superior. British writer Raymond Briggs adapted his own book for this film from director Jimmy Murakami (Battle Beyond the Stars).
The story follows an elderly couple, Jim and Hilda Bloggs, as they manage to survive a nuclear strike in their homemade fallout shelter but emerge only to slowly realize that the world as they knew it is gone forever.
On August 6,the United States dropped the first atomic weapon on Hiroshima, Japan. Seventy-five years later, the NewsHour revisits how. A psychological thriller centered around a black-ops interrogator and an F.B.I.
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Chauhan, Anil,Aftermath of a Nuclear Attack: A Case Study of Post-strike Operations (New Delhi: Pentagon Press, ). ix +Price INR Peter Pry, an expert in electromagnetic pulse weapons, known as EMPs, published an op-ed on June 18 in The Hill stating that China might be planning an EMP attack.
Because the expected number of fatalities from a relatively low yield (3 kiloton) nuclear EPW exceeds that from an extremely large (10, kilogram) release of sarin, it is highly unlikely that a nuclear attack would result in smaller total collateral effects than those from a conventional attack against a facility for the storage or production.
Table 3 summarizes our hypothetical attack on 1, U.S. strategic-nuclear targets. The attack involves almost 3, warheads with a total yield of about 1, Mt. This represents perhaps one-third of the warheads and one-quarter of the megatonnage carried by Soviet strategic delivery vehicles (not including reloads) (Arkin, Burrows, et al., ).
A nuclear holocaust, nuclear apocalypse or atomic holocaust is a theoretical scenario involving widespread destruction and radioactive fallout, causing the collapse of civilization, through the use of nuclear such a scenario, some or all of the Earth is made uninhabitable by nuclear warfare in future world wars.
Besides the immediate destruction of cities by nuclear blasts, the.Set in England, this book is divided into three parts and spans the first fifty years after an all-out nuclear war.
The first part deals with the blast itself and its effect on a small family. One of the dying members of that family delivers the only healthy daughter to a pacifist neighbor.examine the effects of a limited nuclear war. The report and testimony of that panel, which were published by the Senate Foreign Relations Commit-tee, remain valid.
That panel recommended that a more thorough and com-prehensive study of the effects of nuclear .