The Cold War

The Cold War
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  • LISTEN UP!! I NEED YOU ALL TO RESEARCH AND WORK HARD! WE NEED TO KNOW WHAT THOSE AMERICANS USED TO KILL THE JAPS!
  • Hey guys! How is the AtOmIc BoMb production going? (The Mother Country will looove this!!!) Good work men! Keeping' America safe!
  • Following Japan facing the wrath of America through the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The Soviet Union was keen on learning the American method of how these deadly weapons were developed.
  • SHH!Don't worry kids,it's only a drill.
  • ATTENTION PS18, WE ARE NOW TAKING PART IN A DUCK AND COVER DRILL. PLEASE PROCEED TO YOUR DESIGNATED SAFE SPOT. THANK YOU.
  • Following WWII, scientists in Soviet Russia were quick to experiment new tactics for building the perfect atom bomb. Not only did they attempt to develop the weapon on their own, but they also sent spies to the US to note the progress of the Manhattan Project.
  • Hiya! Im BERT! I know how to stay safe because I hide under my SHELL. You should keep yourself safe by finding shelter under desks.
  • People like Julius Rosenberg collect information about the American way to help The USSR win the Nuclear Arms Race.
  • GET YOUR HEADS UNDER THOSE LOCKERS GIRLS!! THIS IS AN AIR-RAID DRILL! I REPEAT, AIR-RAID DRILL!
  • Back in the U.S., people worry about Reds (Communists) plaguing the country. The fear becomes so intense that schools nationwide take part in "Duck and Cover Drills" . During the drills, kids hide under desks to attempt to escape a nuclear weapon if the USSR were to drop one on us.
  • Bert The Turtle teaches kids the fundamentals of how to remain safe in scary situations, like a nuclear weapon threat.
  • Curtesy of the CDA, Americans were ready for Air Raid Attacks. Because of the fear of an attack, people built bunkers under their homes and in their backyards for safety. Furthermore, in American schools, Air Raid Drills became widely known in order to keep children and faculty safe in a bad circumstance.
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