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  • Author:
    Christopher Chant
  • ISBN:
    006015196X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060151966
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  • Publisher:
    Harper & Row (1983)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Military
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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 1980s and the ascent of nuclear energy as a second, controversial dimension of the nuclear age. Diverse in its topics an. Diverse in its topics and disciplinary approaches, Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the 1980s makes a fundamental contribution to the emerging historiography of the 1980s as a whole

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Chant, Christopher and Ian Hogg. London: Nomad Publishers Ltd, 1983. How to Survive a Nuclear Attack. The Cold War ended over two decades ago, and many people have never lived under the shadow of nuclear and radiological threats. Still, a nuclear attack is a very real threat. Saved from freshphotons. reanimationlibrary: From The Nuclear War File: Weaponry, Strategy, Flashpoints, and the Balance of Power. Chant, Christopher and Ian Hogg. London: Nomad Publishers Ltd, 1983 How to Survive a Nuclear Attack. How to Prepare a Bug Out Laptop Kit.

Since World War II there has been a continuing debate on military doctrine concerning the actual utility of nuclear weapons in war. This debate, irrespective of the merits of the divergent points of view, tends to create the perception that the outcome and scale of a nuclear conflict could be controlled by the doctrine or the types of nuclear weapons employed. Is this the case? We believe not. In reality, the unprecedented risks of nuclear conflict are largely independent of doctrine or its application.

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Tolrajas
Blast from the past. Not sure why I bought it, but I'm glad I did.
Shazel
Good book with lots of info
Olwado
When I first read this book in 1985, I 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. There are sections on nuclear proliferation, likely scenarios that might spark a nuclear conflaguration (even then, Kashmir was seen as a likely trouble spot!), and the effects of new nuclear weapons, such as neutron bombs. Excellent graphics and maps. Readers of military history would enjoy this book, although it is the kind of work that can keep you up a night pondering the fate of the world. An update would be useful, with the changes caused by the SALT treaties between the U.S. and the former U.S.S.R and the entry of India and Pakistan into the nuclear club.
Zyangup
This book is a good primer for getting a technical and historical perspective of the crazy Cold War years. Disturbing is an inaccuracy of where exactly a key Minuteman base was located (Grand Forks, Nebraska instead of North Dakota). Interesting European perspective on the fear of the SS-20 system, contrasting American fears of the much more destabilizing SS-18. Still a useful book, great illustrations.