The complete history of American nuclear explosions film offers a concise overview of U.S. warfare in just 90 seconds. The wrap up examines and then relays to viewers just how often the bombs have been tested throughout the world with references to the Pacific Islands, Nevada, New Mexico and more.
The visual review offers images from every recorded nuclear explosion. What began with all out destruction on July 16th, 1945 would continue to unfold until 1963, the year in which an international treaty placed a ban on the dangerous activity. While the gap in time may have been brief, it nonetheless saw the destruction of numerous regions via code names such as Wigwam and Teapot.
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By: Jordy Eleni - Published: Jan 3, 2013 • References: gizmodo