During the Cold War, fear of The Bomb permeated every aspect of American life. The threat of all-out nuclear war seemed very real - sometimes almost imminent - and the authorities were all to well aware of the unprecedented devastation that would occur. the state would be powerless to help people. So the people had to learn how to survive on their own...
This unique DVD gathers together a number of fascinating and chilling civil defence films from the 1950's and 1960s, instructing American citizens on how to survive if a nuclear war broke out...
A NEW LOOK AT THE H BOMB
A chilling lecture on the dangers of radioactive fall out after the bomb explodes...
OCCUPYING A SHELTER
How to survive the aftermath of a nuclear war in a public fall-out shelter.
LET'S FACE IT
A look at civil defence preparations and nuclear experiments on the Nevada Proving Grounds.
ALERT TODAY, ALIVE TOMORROW
A civil defence film stressing the virtues of working together to survive...
An animated feature showing how to increase your chances of survival by preparing your home...
DUCK AND COVER
With the aid of 'Bert The Turtle', American school children are taught how to protect themselves from blast and flash...
THE DAY CALLED 'X'
Narrated by Glenn Ford, this extraordinary CBS Television film shows how the civil defence operations would help minimise casualties in a typical city - Portland, Oregon.
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