"Protection in the Nuclear Age"
(Civil Defense Film transferred
to Video DVD)
After Hurricane Katrina it is quite
obvious that Uncle Sam and the Department of Homeland Security
won't be able to help everyone during periods of great catastrophe.
But this concise and short video DVD (which was transferred from
a Civil Defense film from the late 1970's or early 1980's) may
go a long ways toward helping you to know the basics of nuclear
protection. Topics covered include:
The need for personal responsibility and preparedness
Likely targets of a nuclear attack
The warning signs of nuclear attack
The blinding flash of light, blast
wave, heat wave and fallout
Coping with the immediate aftermath of a nuclear explosion
The effects of Radiation
Preparedness and supplies
Fallout Shelter Improvisation
and much more!
This simple animation presents (then reviews) the basics of these
topics to reinforce these essential facts about nuclear preparedness.
It is only 23 minutes long. The film this was transferred from
was made prior to the time it became politically incorrect to
discuss such matters so you may not see this kind of information
readily available anymore.
Although somewhat outdated and despite
having some brief sound track problems this short video may help
you and your family to survive the growing threat of nuclear terrorism.
The video quality of this DVD is decent but since this is a transfer
from a film it is not as high quality as if it were done originally
on a DVD.
Don't wait for Uncle Sam and the Department
of Homeland Security! By the time they get around to preparing
the public for nuclear terrorism it will probably be too late!
Note: We are supplying
these on DVD-R or DVD+R disks which have been duplicated on a
computer. These work on most new DVD players and on almost all
DVD players built into computers (as long as you have software
installed on your computer which supports the playing of video
DVD disks). About 25% of the older DVD players may have compatibility
problems playing these DVD disks. If you have an old DVD player
or one which has difficulty playing DVD-R or DVD+R disks then
you may want to get a newer or different model. If you prefer
to have a DVD+R version please let us know, otherwise we will
be shipping a DVD-R disk. You may want to order one of each just
to increase your odds of success.
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