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Survival Under Atomic Attack, Reprint of the Official U.S. Government Booklet
Survival Under Atomic Attack | by Neato Coolville
A Guide for Surviving Nuclear War
Survival Under Atomic Attack
Vintage Design Inspiration
Survivalism 50s Style.
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"Thank GOD for the ATOMIC BOMB! It has brought to the human race the first scientific proof of the radio-active atomic power of the Spirit of God in us - for we too are composed of atoms." ~ Post WWII Cold War era promotion for the 'Psychiana' faith...just mail in the handy postcard for more information! ...ca. 1946.
Vintage Ads - "Thank God for the atomic bomb!" Psychiana ad, c1945/6? New Thought religious group in the 1930s & 40s.
One for the embarrassing ads from the past files| Psychiana ad from 1946: Thank God for the Atomic Bomb!
Yeah Thank God! Higher resolution photo: http://buff.ly/1J3yauz fallout wastelanders atomic bomb atomic war nuclear bomb nuclear war
Cold War Propaganda - "Oh thank God, hallelujah, and drop the atom bombs on my enemies, please dear Lord!!!! "
Aun cuando lo relevante del asunto, no es tanto la percepción del consumidor como si más bien la suya y la de su equipo de marketing, las cuales por lo demás, deben estar bien conectadas con el polo a tierra. [Tal cual apareció en Psychiana (1946)].
Thank god the Atomic Bomb! (not to mention waste that never goes away, tumors of all manner, incurable diseases, and what not...)
Atomic Age Newspaper Headline
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Duck and cover bomb drills at school... They were called air raid drills. I had no idea what that was. I imagined Indians ( not pc correct) on horseback with arrows charging onto school property!
duck and cover drills at school...Most of us were afraid that the bomb would drop and we'd never get home again. We did it without meds or counselling. Baby boomer kids rocked and still do.
I remember doing the "Duck and Cover" drill in elementary school... Supposedly this would protect you from a nuclear bomb. It was during the cold war, and we believed that nuclear war was possible with the Soviet Union.
Cuban Missile crisis, Air Raid drills were a regular school occurrence. "Duck and Cover!" was the mantra...and make your peace with God.
Air Raid Drills.... These were also performed during the 60s in Florida. Called "duck n cover" drills during the Cold War with Russia & Cuba...As if hiding under a desk would somehow protect us in the event of an atomic bomb being dropped within 50 miles of us.
duck and cover bomb drills at school...in the 1960s due to the cold war with the Soviet Union............
Living on a military base during the 60's and the Cuban Missile crisis, Air Raid drills were a regular school occurrence. "Duck and Cover!" was the mantra...and make your peace with God. Ah Petawawa
the old duck and cover, maybe not a favorite but certainly a childhood memory, Air raid drills...
Cold War Air Raid Drill . "Duck and cover"
The Cold War.
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Fallout Shelter Handbook: Cover From 1962, deep in the midst of the Cold War. The cover is classic: your average white American family enjoying life as best as they can after an atomic attack. What I love the most about it is that Mom is in her day dress, apron and all, preparing dinner, and Dad is relaxing in his jacket, smoking a pipe.
Fallout Shelter Handbook. c.1962, deep in the midst of the Cold War, life continues without a blip, for Mr. & Mrs. America...
Fallout Shelter Handbook by Chuck West. Topics include: diets and food kits; surviving an atomic attack; underground shelters you can build or buy; basement and garage shelters; medical hints and first aid; evacuation techniques; soures of water supply; above-ground shelters; fallout detection devices;
Fallout Shelter Handbook: Cover From 1962, deep in the midst of the Cold War. (Found on flickr) The cover is classic: your average white American family enjoying life as best as they can after an atomic attack. What I love the most about it is that Mom is in her day dress, apron and all, preparing dinner, and Dad is relaxing in his jacket, smoking a pipe, ...The rest of the handbook is some interesting stuff if you dig construction how-to's.
Fallout Shelter Handbook by Chuck West, 1962. I see that mom still has her pinny on...
Cold War fear-mongering through nuclear fallout shelter handbook distribution
Fallout Shelter Handbook 1962...we had a bomb shelter in our basement!
Fallout Shelter Handbook by Chuck West, 1962. UHOH
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Ah, the Cold War.
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Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev on the cover of Time Magazine (Nov. 18, 1985). những năm 1980 là những năm cao trào của chiến tranh lạnh "the cold war" là tình trạng căng thẳng về chính trị và quân sự sau WW II giữa quyền hạn khối Tây Âu (Mỹ và các nước đồng minh Nato) với khối Đông Âu (Nga và các nước khối liên minh Warsaw)
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Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev on the cover of Time Magazine (Nov. 18, 1985) (Cold War)
* In 1985, President Ronald Reagan made a speech in Berlin directed to Mikhail Gorbachev, "Tear down this wall"! His efforts were not recognized until a few years later. In 1989, the East German economy was on the brink of collapse and the Cold War had no end in sight. While Gorbachev did not directly cause the Berlin Wall to fall, he took part in allowing new freedoms, bringing an openness and restructuring to Soviet Russia, and influencing other countries to bring an end to the Cold War.
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Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev | Nov. 18, 1985 The Summit: Let's Talk
TIME Magazine Cover: Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev - Nov. 18, 1985
1985 TIME magazine with Reagan and Gorbachev.
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red scare - Google Search This picture is depicting the Red Scare of the 1950's in the U.S. This demonstrates what is talked about in chapter 24 in how fear is used to help persuade us. During the early years of the Cold War, this fear was used both by advertisers and politicians to help rally support against communism, but also for support in political policies against communism.
This is a poster from a 1960 comic book cover presenting communism as the iceberg that could sink America. With the rise of communism and pre Cuban missile crisis this comic book presented the democracy vs communism situration scaring a lot of Americans.
In this propaganda poster, it shows the "RED ICEBERG" that consisted of all the communist powers. The boat with Uncle Sam represented (to me at least) the titanic that was approaching the iceberg. During the war, both sides were on pins and needles of true battle.
This American propaganda poster shows Communist countries that were seen as a red iceberg which was threatening to "sink" the ship that was America.
1950s Red Scare comic book (re Joe Papp's Communist affiliations, for the Delacorte Theater)
The Cold War & Red Scare seen as a red iceberg to take out Uncle Sam's ship...
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Comic book cover, 1960: The Red Iceberg.
Anti communist propaganda, 1950s
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American WWII poster, referring to the possible bombing of cities: "It can happen here! - Unless we keep 'em firing!"
**HOAX: PHOTOSHOPPED** Commonly captioned 'cold war propaganda poster' - nope, it's an altered version of a WW2 original ( http://backspace.com/notes/images/here.jpg ). Nobody during the Cold War would seriously have advocated this.
WW2 Poster - It can happen here! Unless we keep 'em firing! Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs
Early cold war Propaganda poster- terrifying in its calls for a pre-emptive strike.
"It can happen here -- unless we keep 'em firing!" World War II propaganda poster.
Early cold war Propaganda poster.....It Can Happen Here...SO LET'S NUKE'M FIRST!
Early cold war Propaganda poster. Nuke a communist baby seal for Christ!
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American WWII Propaganda Posters
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During the Cold War, many posters like this one were distributed to the public, advising them to stop the spread of communism. http://webposters.adm.ntu.edu.sg/site/page/poster/2726
This propaganda is a call to the american citizens that is responsibility of all of them to stop the spread of communism.
Propaganda was also used in Asia. Here, it is a message to Filipinos to fight against the apparition of communism that threatens the country. It illustrates well the cold war as the weapon they use is a sword that is a metaphor for "democracy", a sword they can rely on. At the bottom of the image, the message imply that everyone should be concerned and is involved in this conflict. Nina
This propaganda emphasizes the importance of citizens working as one to stop communism. This also tells the citizens that it's not only the government's job to stop communism.
The book burnings that take place in "Fahrenheit-451" bear a striking resemblance to the book burnings that were widespread in Hitler's Germany. But Bradbury himself lived through McCarthyism in the 1950s when the "Red Scare" was at its height. the book burnings and the shroud of suspicion that hangs over society in the dystopian world that Bradbury creates in "Fahrenheit 451" was greatly influenced by 1950's USA
Stop Communism! [Unknown, Year Unknown] Rightly or wrongly, the West perceived nationalist movements in many countries and regions around the world to be allied with communist groups and supported by the Soviet Union. The most notable of such movements appeared in Guatemala, Iran, the Philippines and Indochina. This poster shows a Soviet-backed, machete-armed aggressor trying to exert influence in the Philippines.
10 Amazing Cold War Propaganda Posters. Propaganda made by U.S.A ( Capitalism) Against Communism
Cold War Poster Art
The Cold War
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This is a nice little break from lecture and notes to cover the Cold War. There are 4 different projects for students to choose from on the instruction page which includes: Breaking News Story, Create a Newspaper, Picture Dictionary, and Children's Book.
This file includes to assignments related to the song and the lyrics. I have used this assignment every year since it came out and students love it.
WebQuest: COLD WAR FLASHPOINTS: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker
Interesting Facts: 5 Things You Didn't Know: The Cold War
Unpatriotic A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic. Date Created/Published: London : National War Savings Committee, 1915 | British WW1 Propaganda Poster
British poster, National War Savings Committee, 1915: To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is Worse Than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic
WWII poster encouraging thriftiness "To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is worse than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic"
A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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"To Dress Extravagantly In War Time Is Worse Than Bad Form - It Is Unpatriotic" ~ Vintage war time poster.
World War 1 Poster, To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic
To Dress Extravagantly In War Time poster....Great War poster IWM
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This book covers the causes, practices and the effects on the Chinese Civil War, the Spanish Civil War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Primarily aimed at students studying History Route 2: Paper 2, Topic 1 on 20th Century War, it provides sections on four of the wars named in the Topic 1 syllabus as well as tips on essay writing. The guide’s sections on Korea and Vietnam will also help students who are preparing for Topic 5: the Cold War on Paper 2. ISBN: 9781907374388
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This series has taken the clarity, accessibility, reliability and in-depth analysis of our best-selling Access to History series and tailor-made it for the History IB Diploma. ISBN: 9781444156416
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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson ‘La Mitrailleuse’, 1915 The solidity of the machine gun – cold grey, uncompromisingly rectangular and structurally aligned with the edges of the painting – is the dominant element in this composition. Barbed wire, like a thicket of steel brambles, cuts the crew off from the natural world and reduces them to machinery that services the weapon.
La Mitrailleuse - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson - 1915 - Futurism - Oil Painting
"La Mitrailleuse" by CRW Nevinson, 1915 via reddit [[MORE]] The caption over at the Tate reads: As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.In his paintings of the trenches, the soldiers are reduced to a series of angular planes and grey colouring. They appear almost like machines themselves, losing their individuality, even their humanity, as they seem to fuse with the machine gun which gives this painting its title.
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson ‘La Mitrailleuse’, 1915 © Tate
La Mitrailleuse 1915 by Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson
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This shows why the cold war happened, the U.S thought russia was making missles.
Cold War (1945-1991)
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Time Magazine Cover in August 1961 showing the division between the "two worlds" with the Berlin Wall
This issue of Time Magazine is titled, "The Wall". "The Wall" is in reference to the Berlin Wall that divided east and west berlin. East Berlin was controlled inside the Communist Bloc by the USSR.
An iconic cover depicting the horror and negativity associated with the Berlin Wall - I feel the arm reaching over and the barbed wire is representative of how people were trying to get out.
The uneasy tensions from the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union could result in compromising peace or mass destruction. In order to ease this tensions especially after the Berlin Wall, Kennedy established a hot line for better communication and the Limited Test Ban Treaty to eliminate nuclear threats.
TIME Magazine Cover: Berlin Wall -- Aug. 31, 1962. Cover Credit: BORIS ARTZYBASHEFF
The Berlin Wall. Time Magazine depicts the Wall holding the people back.
Berlin Wall - Aug. 31, 1962 - Germany - Time Magazine Cover Illustration
TIME Aug. 31, 1962: Berlin Wall. Cover art by Boris Artzybasheff.
The Cold War - The Berlin Wall
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Everyone is forced to wear jumpsuits? My God, it's terrible! ("Is This Tomorrow? America Under Communism! Catechetical Guild, 1947")
"Is This Tomorrow: America Under Communism" is a story about how easy it would be for communists to take over the U.S. Read more about the story here: http://conelrad.blogspot.com/2010/12/is-this-tomorrow-america-under.html
"is this tomorrow?" In the 1950s-early 1960s the Cold War created lots of public fear and hysteria. The fear of Communism.
"Until the end of his life, he considered himself a “communist with a small c” and espoused every cause he felt was tactically or strategically right in the fight for the advancement of poor folks, convinced that the market economy is not the answer." Wendy Johnson on her father, Howard “Stretch” Johnson. (Cover to the propaganda comic book Is This Tomorrow by Catechetical Guild. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.) #communism #ColdWar #StretchJohnson
Propaganda posters during the Cold War. "Is it tomorrow? America under communism!"
1947: "Is This Tomorrow: America Under Communism!"--propaganda comic book
'Is This Tomorrow? America Under Communism' | Cold War Poster Propaganda
Is This Tomorrow? America Under Communism! Catechetical Guild, 1947
cold war pamphlet