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0034169
H-BOMB CARTOON, 1954.
'Of Course I know What I'm Doing.' Cartoon, 1954, by Victor Weisz ('Vicky') following the U.S. tests of hydrogen bomb at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific.
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0171985
ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1946.
Atomic bomb test at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 25 July 1946.
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ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1946.
American atomic bomb test at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 1946.
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0007107
RUSSIA: ANTI-NUCLEAR, 1958.
'No!': Soviet poster, 1958, by Albert Aslyan.
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0034261
ATOMIC BOMB TEST.
Test of British atomic bomb in the Montebello Islands in Australia. Photograph, 3 October 1952.
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0116455
BOMB SHELTER, c1955.
Diagram of a basement bomb shelter recommended for one and two-family dwellings by the New York City Civil Defense Organization, c1955.
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0033951
ATOMIC ENERGY.
An idealized atom.
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0034259
ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1946.
American atomic bomb test at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 1946.
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0082959
BIKINI ATOLL: BOMB, 1954.
The explosion of the American hydrogen bomb on Bikini atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 1 March 1954.
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0089179
NIXON AND BREZHNEV, 1973.
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev (left) and U.S. President Richard Nixon signing agreements on limiting nuclear weapons, Washington, D.C., 21 June 1973.
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0171888
ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1946.
Test of the Able atomic bomb at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 1 July 1946. Fires can be seen on several ships.
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0068163
ATOMIC ENERGY.
Seal used by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
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0068162
ATOMIC ENERGY.
An idealized atom.
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0045837
FIRST ATOMIC BOMB, 1945.
The first atomic explosion, 16 July 1945, in New Mexico.
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0032259
ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1952.
Nevada.
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0053832
HYDROGEN BOMB, 1950.
Front page of the New York Times, 1 February 1950, reporting on U.S. President Harry S. Truman's decision to develop the hydrogen bomb.
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0032260
ATOMIC BOMB TEST.
The explosion from a British atomic bomb in the Montebello Islands in Australia. Photograph, 3 October 1952.
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0034457
DISARMAMENT POSTER, 1952.
Polish disarmament poster by Tadeus Trepkowski.
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0014528
MANHATTAN PROJECT SEAL.
A seal from the Manhattan Project with the atomic bomb mushroom cloud.
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SHAHN: ANTI-NUCLEAR POSTER.
Poster for the New York City based National Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy, by Ben Shahn, c1962.
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0027274
CARTOON: ATOM BOMB, 1945.
In the Lab of Human Affairs: American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1945, on the two major and contradictory questions facing the world following the use of the atomic bomb in the closing days of World War II.
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0034260
ATOMIC BOMB TEST, 1952.
Mushroom cloud formation following the detonation of the first thermonuclear or 'hydrogen' device at Enewetak atoll, Marshall Islands, in the Pacific Ocean, 1952.
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0034406
CARTOON: COLD WAR, 1948.
'Peace Today.' Rube Goldberg's 1948 Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon comment on the precarious position of world peace.
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0325508
NUCLEAR PROTEST, 1950.
Members of the Catholic Worker Movement picketing against the use of tax dollars for the development of nuclear weapons. Photograph by Fred Palumbo,
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CARTER AND BREZHNEV, 1979.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter (left) and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev applaud the signing of the SALT II treaty on limiting strategic nuclear weapons at the summit in Vienna, Austria, 18 June 1979.
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0109031
CARTER AND BREZHNEV, 1979.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter (left) and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev signing the SALT II treaty on limiting strategic nuclear weapons at a summit in Vienna, Austria, 18 June 1979. Standing beside each other at left are (left-to-right) U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko.
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0109006
NIXON AND BREZHNEV, 1973.
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev (left) and U.S. President Richard Nixon signing agreements on limiting nuclear weapons, Washington, D.C., 21 June 1973.
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0109067
CARTER AND BREZHNEV, 1979.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter (seated, left) and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev being presented with copies of the SALT II treaty on limiting strategic nuclear weapons, at the conclusion of their summit in Vienna, Austria, 18 June 1979.
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0109033
CARTER AND BREZHNEV, 1979.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter (left) and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev exchanging signed copies of the SALT II treaty on limiting strategic nuclear weapons, at the conclusion of their summit in Vienna, Austria, 18 June 1979. Standing at left is Soviet Foreing Minister Andrei Gromyko.
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0109047
SALT II SUMMIT, 1979.
Soviet and American officials photographed at a dinner at the American embassy in Vienna, Austria, during the SALT II summit on limiting strategic nuclear weapons, 16 June 1979. From left: Cyrus Vance, Andrei Gromyko, Jimmy Carter, Leonid Brezhnev, Dimitry Ustinov, and Konstantin Chernenko.
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0109034
CARTER AND BREZHNEV, 1979.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev acknowledging applause after signing the SALT II treaty on limiting strategic nuclear weapons at the conclusion of their summit in Vienna, Austria, 18 June 1979.
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0047417
NUCLEAR REACTOR, 1942.
An artist's sketch of the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reactor, operated in Chicago, December 2, 1942. Built on a squash court under the West Stands of Chicago's Stagg Field, it was the first atomic pile.
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0034407
CARTOON: COLD WAR, 1948.
'Peace Today.' Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon comment on the precarious position of world peace. Cartoon by Rube Goldberg, 1948.
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0034398
CARTOON: ATOM BOMB, 1945.
In the Lab of Human Affairs: American cartoon
on the two major and contradictory questions facing the world following the use of the atomic bomb in the closing days of World War II. Photograph by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1945.
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0034397
CARTOON: ATOM BOMB, 1945.
'Well?' American cartoon depicting the atomic bomb bullying the world for atomic domination. Cartoon by by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, 1945.