Cover: The Aftermath of a Single Nuclear Detonation by Accident or Sabotage

The Aftermath of a Single Nuclear Detonation by Accident or Sabotage

Some Problems Affecting US Policy, Military Reactions, and Public Information

Published 1959

by Fred Charles Ikle, Jerald E. Hill

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Describes what might be the political, military, and policy consequences if a single nuclear weapon were detonated either by accident or by an enemy in a way that simulates an accident that could be blamed on the United States.

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