Reassuring news in the event of a nuclear war

The reassuring news, according to Dr. G.D. Kersley, was that if you've had one nuclear bomb dropped on you, you're unlikely to have another.

Kersley's article appeared in the Aug 9, 1958 issue of the British Medical Journal. You can read it here. The reassuring comments are on the final page, in the conclusions section.

Birmingham Post - Aug 8, 1958

     Posted By: Alex - Mon Nov 06, 2023
     Category: War | Weapons | Atomic Power and Other Nuclear Matters | 1950s

I feel so much better now.
Posted by eddi on 11/06/23 at 05:12 AM
I remember ducking and covering. Even then I knew that hiding under my desk was BS.
Posted by F.U.D. in Stockholm on 11/06/23 at 08:29 AM
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