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Nuclear Weaponry

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Jacob Vilevac

on 2 March 2015

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Transcript of Nuclear Weaponry

Nuclear Weapons
Nuclear Bomb Anatomy
Nuclear Bomb Explosion
Nuclear Bomb Aftermath
First Nuclear Bomb Test
Nuclear Weapons are highly destructive and radioactive bombs.

Nuclear bombs are also known as atomic bombs and are very deadly.

These bombs work by having neutrons launched at uranium isotopes causing them to break apart and explode, called fission.

Fusion is similar but the isotopes bind together and break down the atom.
On August 6, 1945 the US dropped an atomic bomb(little boy) on Hiroshima in Japan and another(fat man) on Nagasaki on the 9th
Resulted in more than 130,000 people being killed or injured, any survivor got severe radiation poisoning
Britain and Soviet Union conducted tests in 1954, France in 1960, China in 1964 and 1974 India
However, around August 5, 1963, Russia, US and UN signed to ban nuclear weapons from combat
Friday 6, February
Friday 6, February
Friday 6, February
Little Boy
Fat Man
Peaceful nations think that to protect themselves from other destructive organizations and countries, they should produce nuclear weapons.

Nuclear weapons are extremely threatening, terrorists groups want nukes to gain power and respect from stronger countries.

Countries believe that to prevent another country from attacking is to attack them, they use nukes to try to strike this fear.

Treaty produced by the United States and signed by the Soviet Union.

Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

Treaty for the reduction and limitation of offensive arms like nuclear bombs.
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