The threat of nuclear attack changed the face of warfare, and the early 1950s witnessed a massive and hugely expensive, yet highly secret, building programme. Even today, the vast majority of people are unaware of the scale and location of these sites. Nick McCamley uncovers the facts in this enthralling book which describes these extraordinary installations including the vast umbrella of radar stations. Interesting and shocking comparisons are made about the provision, or lack of it, for the survival of the civil population between the USA, UK and other countries. A truly rivetting and revealing book.
The General's Game Book
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