History of the Second World War, Volume 7

The Postwar World Lord Chalfont The World and the Bomb On August 61945 more than 50000 Japanese were suddenly and comprehensively burned to death. Before that date was the age of pre-nuclear man r«-a primitive race novices K---------------------------in the art of mass destruction. For what happened at Hiroshima was more than anew develop­ment in military technology: it was an appalling revelation of mans unlimited power to destroy himself. In this article Lord Chalfont Minister for Disarmament from 1964 to 1967 explores the real meaning of the Pikadon //2689/
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