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Bradley, David
No place to hide, 1946/1984
BookID 40302346
ISBN 0874512743
(see LibraryThing.com card)
Description (from Amazon)What atomic bomb can do to ships, water, land or humans is told with clear implications by young doctor assigned to watch for radioactive contamination during & after Bikini tests.
My review: 4/5"More than the ""what an atomic bomb can do"", it is interesting all the logistics before and after, and how ill-prepared we were for what was the power that we unleashed.

Probably, worth reading with other books in my library on atomic bomb and its cultural and social side effects.

Such as:
- ""Destroying the village: Eisenhower and thermonuclear war""
- ""L'atomica europea. I progetti della guerra fredda, il ruolo dell'Italia, le domande del futuro"".

And a a couple of books worth considering when talking about deterrence:
- ""Presidential Command: Power, Leadership, and the Making of Foreign Policy from Richard Nixon to George Bush""
- ""The Godfather doctrine : a foreign policy parable"""
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