Nuclear weapons in the cold war englisch taschenbuch 31 oktober 2014 von larry macdonald herausgeber dr harold l brode autor doug offenbacher illustrator 0 mehr 34 von 5 sternen 4 sternebewertungen. Cold war tensions and paranoia were underpinned by the fear of nuclear war nuclear weapons are explosive devices that derive their power from nuclear reactions called fission or fusion these weapons are capable of enormous destructive power thousands of times greater than that of conventional explosives. The role that the invention of nuclear weapons played in bringing world war ii to an end remains debatable but the fact is undeniable that these powerful new weapons drastically changed the nature and potential intensity of modern warfare thankfully as of january 2014 no nuclear weapons have been employed in combat since august 1945. Climate change may uncover a cold war project left beneath the arctic ice for generations read article february 131960 frances first nuclear test the first french nuclear explosion codenamed gerboise bleue took place in the algerian sahara it brought the total number of nuclear armed nations to four october 30 1961 the ussr detonates tsar bomba the most powerful . In the wake of massive nuclear disarmament rallies in the netherlands in 1981 dutch newspaper de telegraaf reported that soviet agent vadim leonov was deported for his involvement with local disarmament groups and had boasted in a drunken stupor if moscow decided that 50000 demonstrators take to the street then they take to the street
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