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1 Korean War Gazette Nuclear Arms Race Final EditionJanuary 14, 1951Volume 5, Number 1 The A-Bomb Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet totam aspernatur fugit beatae aspernatur odit eos iste nemo et et, dicta accusantium quia doloremque quia quae laudantium quia error vitae qui Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet unde aspernatur sit quasi magni sit sed explicabo dolores dolores, sunt vitae voluptatem consequuntur ut ipsam quasi sed inventore quia veritatis ut voluptatem dolores Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet dolores et aspernatur voluptas dicta dicta, ipsam ipsa nemo perspiciatis unde error sed voluptatem ratione quae eaque quae quae, magni enim enim natus perspiciatis quasi quia quia iste perspiciatis ipsam magni voluptatem voluptatem, enim ipsa iste et sed quia doloremque voluptatem ut magni laudantium laudantium vitae vitae, illo magni magni eos accusantium accusantium perspiciatis quasi nemo Détente Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet quae quae, magni enim enim natus perspiciatis quasi quia quia iste perspiciatis ipsam magni voluptatem voluptatem, enim ipsa iste et sed quia doloremque voluptatem ut magni laudantium laudantium vitae vitae, illo magni magni eos accusantium accusantium perspiciatis quasi nemo The H-Bomb Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet totam aspernatur fugit beatae aspernatur odit eos iste nemo et et, dicta accusantium quia doloremque quia quae laudantium quia error vitae qui Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet unde aspernatur sit quasi magni sit sed explicabo dolores dolores, sunt vitae voluptatem consequuntur ut ipsam quasi sed inventore quia veritatis ut voluptatem dolores Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet dolores et aspernatur voluptas dicta dicta, ipsam ipsa nemo perspiciatis unde error sed voluptatem ratione quae eaque quae quae, magni enim enim natus perspiciatis quasi quia quia iste perspiciatis ipsam magni voluptatem voluptatem, enim ipsa iste et sed quia doloremque voluptatem ut magni laudantium laudantium vitae vitae, illo magni magni eos accusantium accusantium perspiciatis quasi nemo M.A.D. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet totam aspernatur fugit beatae aspernatur Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet unde aspernatur sit quasi magni sit sed explicabo dolores dolores, sunt vitae voluptatem consequuntur ut ipsam quasi sed inventore quia veritatis ut voluptatem dolores Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet dolores et aspernatur voluptas dicta dicta, ipsam ipsa nemo perspiciatis unde error sed voluptatem ratione quae eaque quae quae, magni enim enim natus perspiciatis quasi quia quia iste perspiciatis ipsam magni voluptatem voluptatem, enim ipsa iste et sed quia doloremque voluptatem ut magni laudantium laudantium vitae vitae, illo magni magni eos accusantium accusantium perspiciatis quasi nemo voluptatem voluptatem, enim ipsa iste et sed quia doloremque voluptatem ut magni laudantium laudantium vitae vitae, illo magni magni eos accusantium accusantium perspiciatis quasi nemo WorkWork CitedCited

2 The Atomic Bomb The United States conducted two atomic bombings against Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Hiroshima Nagasaki 90, ,000 killed in Hiroshima within the first 2-4 months. 60,000-80,000 killed in Nagasaki within the first 2-4 months. Operation Cross Roads- a test to determine the kind of effects an atomic bomb would have on ships. Sank five of them outright and did heavy damage to nine others. To the left is the B-29 used in Operation Cross Roads

3 Hiroshima The B-29 Superfortress bomber was called the Enola Gay This was the first Atomic bomb ever dropped It was code named Little Boy By clicking on the picture below you can see a video of the explosion that caused Hiroshima to look this way. By clicking the picture above you can access more information on the Enola Gay.

4 Nagasaki Was dropped in the morning of August 9, 1945 The B-29 Superfortress, Bockscar was code-named “fat man” It was flown by the crew of 393rd Squadron commander Major Charles W. Sweeney Kokura was the primary target and Nagasaki the secondary target. There were also two B-29s flying an hour ahead as weather scouts and two additional B-29s in Sweeney's flight for instrumentation and photographic support of the mission. To the right is a picture of “fat man”, by clicking on this picture you can access more information on this B-29

5 M.A.D. Stands for Mutually Assured Destruction Says that each side has enough nuclear power to destroy the other side. Also if ever attacked the opposing side would be able to put out as much force if not more than needed to match the attacking side. This MAD scenario is often referred to as nuclear deterrence. By clicking on the picture above you will access a page with more information on the cold war in which M.A.D. was discovered.

6 Détente Détente is the easing of strained relations, especially in a political situation. The NATO powers and the Warsaw Pact both had pressing reasons to seek relaxation in tensions.NATOWarsaw Pact Building blocks of Détente -Nuclear Non-Proliferation TreatyNuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty -Outer Space TreatyOuter Space Treaty Below is a political cartoon explaining just what Détente means, that countries agreed not to bomb other countries. Also by clicking the picture you can watch a video of exactly what Détente was trying to prevent.

7 The Hydrogen Bomb By clicking on the picture to the right you will have the ability to access a web page describing what it took to make the H- bomb and other details about this phenomenon. With the Soviets successfully testing their own nuclear weapons, the race was officially on. A physicist at Los Alamos, Edward Teller, suggested a thermonuclear fusion bomb, or hydrogen bomb. On Nov. 1, 1952, the U.S. detonated the world's first hydrogen bomb, code-named "Mike"

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