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Atomic Age Classics Vol 3 - A-Bombs, Fallout & Nuclear War

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  • This collection of short films were produced in the mid-20th century, with subject matter centered around the fears that gripped the world as people came to terms with the nuclear threat. The films included are: "Living With the Atom" (1957), which aimed to convert budding young scientists to Christianity; "Radioactive Fallout and Shelter" (1965), which was one of the many government-produced films--which, in retrospect, seem incredibly nave--on what to do in the event of a nuclear attack; "The Atom Strikes!" (1945), which was a post-Hiroshima/Nagasaki film on why the bomb was dropped; "Fallout: When and How to Protect Yourself" (1959), which is a cartoon about radioactivity and its effects; and "The Atom Goes to Sea" (1954), which was produced by General Electric, and attempted to show why atomic power is a great invention, despite the terrible effects it has when used in a nuclear weapon.
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    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ALP4902D

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