Presentation on theme: "They are very deadly bombs made to kill and wipe out entire cities. Nuclear bombs."— Presentation transcript:
They are very deadly bombs made to kill and wipe out entire cities. Nuclear bombs
What are in Nuclear Bombs? 4 kilograms of Plutonium, Uranium 238 (15 Kilograms), And a lot of water to keep it cool.
What countries have Nukes? The U.S., The U.K., France, North Korea, Russia, India, China, Pakistan, Israel, South Africa
When was the first Nuclear bomb fired? In 1945 during world war 2 The U.S. fired 2 Nuclear bomb’s at Japan to try to end World war 2 and Japan surrendered after that.
Why did the U.S. fire a Nuke at Japan They wanted to invade Japan but that would take to long and they would lose to many men so they dropped the bombs Also a reason may be because Japan did really bad things to the captured soldiers ( the reasons are to just bad to speak of and the U.S. treated the prisoners well even Nazi’s and Japan prisoners in the U.S. would actually shoot themselves so they would not be captured by the U.S.)
What was the first country to have one? The U.S. and they spent 35 billion or so to make the bombs and for testing Made a lot during the Cold War
Why are Nukes important? To protect the country that has them and face down it’s enemy’s.
How many wars have they been in? How many wars have they started? How many wars have they ended? They have been in 2 wars. (Cold war and WW2). They have started no wars. They have ended 1 war. ( WW2)
How deadly are they? Extremely deadly and made to wipe out places and make them into rubble When the U.S. dropped the bomb that ended WW2 and thousands of people were killed Very devastating
Where are Nuc’s made? In secret areas in the U.S. ( I could not get information on where they are made.) There are a lot of guards around the places where they are made and even I read that there is German Air Force patrolling the areas too I read.
Where are Nuc’s kept in the U.S.? 21 locations in the U.S. 50 Nuclear Bombs are stored in the Nevada Air Force Base Supposed to be secret
Bye!!!!!! Remember don’t mess with Nuclear Bombs (Unless Necessary)
Credits I would like to thank Google for the images and facts.