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by M. Grant
Author: M. Grant
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (November 12, 2009)
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After the Bomb examines the intractable problems of nuclear defence in cold war Britain within the context of Britain's cold war role, domestic politics and the economic landscape. See all Product description. Pages with related products.
Article in Twentieth Century British History 21(3):429-431 · August 2010 with 21 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
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Regional seats of government or RSGs were the best known aspect of Britain's civil defence preparations against nuclear war. In fact, however, naming conventions changed over the years as strategies in Whitehall changed. In the aftermath of the nuclear attack on Hiroshima and the Soviet Union's development of the atom bomb, it was clear that London could not survive a nuclear bombardment.
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Rehearsing nuclear war in Britain’s Civil Defence Corps
Rehearsing nuclear war in Britain’s Civil Defence Corps. Contemporary British History, p. 1. CrossRef. 23 ‘Shelter policy’, 25 October 1955, TNA/CAB/134/1245; Grant, Matthew, After the Bomb: Civil Defence and Nuclear War in Britain, 1945–68, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, p. 124. 24 Hennessy, op. cit. (4), p. 58. 25 Macklen to Brundrett, 28 October 1958, TNA/DEFE/7/2294. 26 Smith, Melissa, ‘Architects of Armageddon: the Home Office Scientific Advisers’ Branch and civil defence in Britain, 1945–68’, BJHS (2010) 43, pp. 149–180, 175.
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