Survival (after nuclear warfare).
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB0305||Can there be a victor in war today? / Fred Warner Real.||
Talk on the finality of a nuclear war.
|KPFA, 6 Feb. 1963.|
|KZ1090.03||We almost lost L.A. / H. Jack Geiger.||
A professor of medicine at City University of New York extrapolates from studies to predict the...
|KPFK, Nov. 5, 1981.|
|KZ1199.01||Civil defense in the nuclear age : what survival does it promise? / Jennifer Leaning. (Episode 1 of 16)||
Jennifer Leaning, M.D., National Executive Committee Member of Physicians for Social...
|American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism||KPFK, Nov. 1982; Jan. 18, 1983.|
|PZ0019||Staying alive / produced by Pat Brett and Mary Kasamatsu.||
Dramatization. Fictitious recollections of two survivors of a nuclear attack on the United...
|SZ0009||A Question of survival / produced by Robert Leppzer.||
Interviews with survivors of the Hiroshima bombing, and anti-nuclear speeches by Philip Berrigan...
|SZ0074||Hiroshima voices / produced by Gail Fuhrer.||
Readings of personal narratives from atomic bomb survivors.|HIROSHIMA VOICES / produced by Gail...
|SZ0138||Nuclear war, evacuation plans, and the Centerville Beach Naval Facility / John Ross and Larry Goldberg ; interviewed by Roy Giampoli ; produced by Roy Giampoli and Tom Cairns.||
Why Humboldt County is a potential target for nuclear attack. Discussion of post-attack planning...