The British Nuclear Weapons Programme, 1952-2002
Douglas Holdstock, Frank Barnaby
Psychology Press, 2003 - History - 168 pages
The first British nuclear weapon test took place in Australia in October 1952. British nuclear weapons have been a source of controversy ever since. In this book, scientists, doctors, researchers and others assess the military value, political impact, health effects and legality of the programme.
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